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Goldwood GW-410D 10" Poly DVC Subwoofer
Would this work with a Dayton Audio SD270-PR 10" Passive Radiator Part # 295-494 in a 2 cubic foot box. If so what amount of mass should be added to the passive radiator, if any? What would be the f3 of such a sub.
With no weight added you will have a tuning frequency of about 30 Hz and an F3 of 40 Hz.
Date published: 2015-09-09
I have this speaker in my Onkyo HT-R520 Subwoofer. The wire connections keep burning up. Connections 180 degrees apart. Unit is 6.1 1000wsystem. Any ideas? Thanks
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Date published: 2015-07-24
Your "Goldwood GW-410D 10" Poly DVC Subwoofer" lists RMS handeling @ 110 watts. Is that per voice coil or both of them combined?
That power is for both coils together.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Would it be possible to put four of these in a single shared enclosure for ht and music
Yes, but they will not have the displacement for very low frequency output at high volume levels.
Date published: 2015-01-12
I have of db Plus 880 2-way speakers with rotten 10" surrounds. The specs say 35-22 khz. Efficiency of 96db @ 2.83 V and cross-over point is 2200 hz. Would these 10" Goldwoods be a good replacement woofer? If not what would you recommend?
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Date published: 2016-03-09
What effects are resultant in putting this driver in a box tuned and vented at an F3 of 28 Hz as that is below the free air resonant frequency?
There are many variables that play a roll in how a woofer reacts to a tuning frequency lower than it's Fs. This woofer is a fairly bad example due to its high Q and large box requirement which requires a low tune for a somewhat smooth response. In this case the only downside is the lack of driver excursion so it will have problems with as little as 20 watts. Usually this type of woofer will work better in a sealed cabinet, but in order to get the most out of the power handling they cannot be used very low in frequency.
Date published: 2014-07-29