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Goldwood GW-8PC-4 8" Heavy Duty Woofer 4 Ohm
Im looking at this driver as a replacement for the Bose subwoofer im my Audi. This would be mounted using the housing from the factory speaker in an IB configuration with no more than a 200w amp driving it. Would this driver be suitable?
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Date published: 2015-06-01
I need to replace 4 ( 8" 4 ohm) for my infinity Kappa 80. Would these be the ones? Thanks Albert
Hi - Albert again.I am wondering if refoaming a good alternative. The downside is that they will have to be re done again in 8 years or so. While the ones with rubber will last munch longer. Is this right?Also if you have the speakers I needand install them, will a shop also need to balance them.Thank - you.
Date published: 2015-04-13
I require the outside diameter to be exactly 8 inch's. Is the "Goldwood GW-8PC-4 8" Heavy Duty Woofer 4 Ohm" exactly 8 inch's outside diameter? Fitting Boston Acoustics T1030 woofers.
Yes these have a diameter of exactly 8".
Date published: 2014-10-07
Is this driver optimized for sealed or ported. I'm about to build a enclosure for them and am going back and forth sealed of ported. I would build it to your recommendations and tune it to 44hz. I have a minidsp so I can send them any signal at any slope.
This will work well in either type but you will get more useful bottom end in a ported enclosure.
Date published: 2015-04-15
Expected performance from 2 of these connected in series for a 8 ohm load in a MTM 42" tall tower with 275-070 tweeter and 260-142 crossover? The tower will be divided at about 34" so the woofers can get their own 2 ft3 compartment with 2"x2" round port.
Unfortunately we cannot say how the speaker as a whole will sound, but the box and port configuration looks good for a pair of those. You will have an F3 of 44 Hz and a tuning frequency of 33 Hz.
Date published: 2014-08-11
I'm looking to replace the warn out woofer in my Allison CD7 speakers. After 30 years the 8" rubber cone is cracked. I believe specs are 4 ohm. What are suitable replacements? I'm looking at GW-8PC-30-4. What's your advice?
This might be a good option. The main thing to check would be the actual driver dimensions. There is some variation on speaker frames so the outside diameter and cutout is important
Date published: 2014-06-06