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Goldwood GW-215/4 15" OEM Woofer 4 Ohm
Thank you for the answer before. I think I'd like to embark on a fit of large tower speakers, 2 of these in each tower in separate large chambers tuned very low, with an 8 inch mid bass/midrange and tweeter, sending above 200w rms to each. Suggestions?
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Date published: 2015-03-10
I would think that crossing these over would make more sense than just connecting them full range. Would it be wise to lowpass them at 300 hz? Also, is there a frequency response chart available?
Crossing them over would be advisable, although I cannot comment on a frequency without knowing application or associated drivers. You can see a graph below.www.parts-express.com/pedocs/more-info/290-340-goldwood-gw-2154-more-info-7221.pdf
Date published: 2015-01-20
Could this driver be used in a two way crossed over at 1600 hrtz and could you put 4 of these in the designated 6.82 sealed inclosure for a response of 31 f3. And what would be the low end response in a 2 or 3 cu ft cabinet , just talking one driver now
Four of these will work in that volume but the F3 will be closer to 50 Hz. One driver in 2.5 cubic feet sealed will have an F3 of 43 Hz.
Date published: 2014-12-16