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Goldwood GW-215/8 15" OEM Woofer 8 Ohm
How would these work for an OB sub panel. Using an active DSP I have a big mono amp dedicated to power it to overcome the low sensitivity. Will I run into trouble with the low xmax?
Yes, the low Xmax will be the problem here. This woofer will work well for an OB application, but in order to get any output at low frequencies, multiple woofers would be required.
Date published: 2015-05-14
Can these (GW-215/8) be used for a PA system, for music (vocals) and will hold up and give a rich bass sound?.......thx.
I would not recommend using these in a PA system due to the low sensitivity and large box volumes required.
Date published: 2014-08-18
What would be the best way to optimize this speaker cabinet size? Depth? Width? Height? Thanks.
This woofer will work best in 3 to 4 cubic feet sealed and heavily stuffed. You can expect room response to reach into the 30's.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Sorry for asking again, but I forgot something... Can I use 2 or 3 of these woofers with B&G RD Planar drivers in an actively Bi-amplified/ Actively Xoverded OPEN BAFFLE project??? Open baffle was the missing element in the original question..
Yes these will work well for an open baffle project.
Date published: 2014-04-09
Can I use 2 or 3 of these with any of the B&G RD planar drivers actively XOvered and bi-amplified?
Date published: 2014-04-08
comparing woofers with the same specs in the same box with the same power, will a woofer with 90 db sensitivity sound twice as loud as a woofer with 87 db sensitivity?
In theory yes, this is the case. Although 3 dB in sensitivity almost never directly relates to an actual 3 dB change. 3 dB is double power, although the audible threshold that is considered "half" or "double" volume is actually 10-12 dB.
Date published: 2014-01-06