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Goldwood E-10SP 10" Single Vented Box Speaker Cabinet
Hello, What is the tuning frequency of this box? Thx, Nick
The tuning frequency of this box is 55 Hz.
Date published: 2014-08-01
extending the port...
i need a square port length of 14.25", and a modded width roughly 3"x 2", to go a little lower with a bravox 10". would making the port 'L' shaped, i.e., adding a few inches to extend the port toward the top of the back of the box affect the porting or box volume in a negative way?
oops, beer goggles...didn't notice the printed port dimensions...the 12" ported model with a different baffle will work super with the bravox 10" subwoofer, albeit with a modded port width.
Date published: 2013-10-11
which of your drivers would be optimal for this cabinet and port combo?
This driver is intended for any of the stamped steel frame car audio 10 inch woofers but some popular options are the Eminence Eminator, #290-702, and the Dayton Classic sub, #295-202
Date published: 2012-11-28
Do I need T-Nuts to mount a DVC subwoofer?
I am planning to pair the Goldwood GW-4100 to this box, do I need additional T-nuts to secure the subwoofer, or the screws good enough?
That is really a personal preference. Most people just use the screws and they will be sufficient to the task. I prefer t-nuts but to be honest, I rarely use them.
Date published: 2012-01-30
what is the tuning frequency of this box?
The tuning of this box is going to be somewhat shifted depending on the stuffing amount put into it, but generally, by port dimensions, this box should have a tuning somewhere between 60-65hz. Not a very good tuning frequency for a typical 10" woofer. It seems more targeted for a PA type woofer setup where inducing a 60-70hz tuning peak might be desireable for low end extension on a driver that has a weak bottom end and needs reinforcing.Most 10" drivers are going to require a 1.4 - 2.0 cu.ft. enclosure and have tunings in the low 30's to low 40's to be really useful as a 10" woofer or subwoofer.And as always, the best way to go is to design the box specifically to fit and work with the woofer chosen to go into it....going by the driver's thiel/small parameters.. This is always going to be the optimal box and that includes the selected tuning.
Date published: 2014-02-01