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FaitalPRO 3FE25 3" Professional Full-Range Woofer 4 Ohm
can i use this driver with a small class D amp 20 wrms 4ohms for a portable mini guitar amp in a open bafle like all guitar amplifier ? or should i make a bass reflex box like 0.09 ft3
Is there any way to get a lower sealed F3 with a larger enclosure? Looking for 100hz in a sealed box. If so what size box? Thanks.
Increasing the volume will result in a marginally lower F3 but you will never be able to get a modeled F3 near 100 Hz for this driver. What the model doesn't account for is room or boundary gain. This driver should be able to reach 100 Hz without much of a problem in-room.
Date published: 2015-02-25
I want to make ported enclosure using (2) of these, can you supply the inside dimensions ? Ideally would like to reach 70Hz.
I would recommend a volume of 0.194 cubic feet for both, which are internal dimensions of 11.25" x 7" x 4.25" with two 1" diameter ports that are 3" long for a tuning frequency of 76 Hz and an F3 of 70 Hz.
Date published: 2014-12-08
If I used these as in dash replacements for OEM tweeters, would it be easy enough to high pass them at say 800hz and continue to use 7 inch door drivers for 800hz and below? If so, what items would I use to do it? Thanks in advance
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Date published: 2014-10-06
What sizes are those tabs?
The larger tab is 3/16" and the smaller is .110".
Date published: 2014-08-25
For a vented enclosure, what should the port length and width be ?
Assuming a recommended volume of 0.1 cubic feet, the port would need to be 1" diameter and 2.5" long for a tuning frequency of 85 Hz.
Date published: 2014-08-01