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Eminence Delta-12LFA 12" Low Frequency Driver
I have 2x12 GK bass cabinet that is 3.35 CF with a 5" x 9" cutout for a vent in the front panel. Will two of these Delta12LFA's drop right in or do I need to mod the cabinet? Thanks!
This depends on the tuning frequency for the cabinet. The volume is a little undersized for those woofers but it can work. Do you know how long the port is?
Date published: 2014-07-02
I have Klipsch Heresy I speakers. A friend recommended the Eminence Delta12LF woofers. Are these suggested for home audio use? Would you recommend them for these speakers? Or is there something else you would suggest? Extremely easy to install?
This is a popular choice for the Heresy speakers, this is very similar to the woofer that was used originally. I am not familiar with replacing the woofer in this speaker so I do not know what is required for installation.
Date published: 2014-03-03
hi how long have to be port on my enclosure witch is 2cubic feet (56.8 litres) and have 2 triangle ports 6x6 cm (short sides of triangle ) there is no space to rebuild ports i can only adjust lenght thank u very much stanley
In that volume I would recommend plugging one port, other wise they would each have to be over 20" long for a reasonable tuning frequency. If you plug one port, the other will need to be 10" long for the same tuning frequency of 41 Hz.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Eminence Delta-12LFA 12" Mounting detail
Can the Eminence Delta-12LFA 12" be mounted on the front of the baffle rather than the back side of the baffle?
Yes this can be mounted on the front or rear of a baffle.
Date published: 2013-08-02
Please tell me the minimum V for this driver and the port characteristics.
I have a pair of Eminence Delta-12LFA 12" in a 3.5 cf ported 3 way system. I have recently moved to a smaller home and must downsize my enclosures. Hopefully around 2.5 cf without going to a sealed box. Also, is there a flared outer ring or some finishing detail for the exterior cut out in the baffle. Would that be a 'phase ring?'Thank you,Stu Plimpton
You can get away with 2.5 pretty easily. I would recommend a 4" diameter, 4.5" long port for a tuning frequency of 41 Hz. I'm not sure there is such a thing as a "phase ring" although the baffle edge can have an affect on the frequency response in the upper registers.
Date published: 2013-08-02
1) What enclosure dimensions do you recommend WxDxH2) Port size, quantity (1 or 2) and tube depth3) Crossover cut to be used in a 2 way cabinet with a Eminence ASD1001 tweeter driverThanks!
The recommended enclosure for this woofer is 3.4 cubic feet with a 4" diameter, 2.5" long port. This will tune the box to 40 Hz. A crossover recommendation would be below.
Date published: 2013-07-12