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Goldwood GW-8PC-8 8" Delmar Series Heavy Duty Woofer 8 Ohm
I'm repairing a pair of Marantz Imperial 5G's - 8 ohm speakers with crossover at 2000hz. The tweeter I'm using (Part # 270-252) is higher @90.3 than this woofer's 88.2. Will this be noticeable? Could I use the 4 ohm version instead?
3dB is barley noticeable so you probably wont hear it. If you use a 4 ohm speaker with the existing crossover, you will increase the crossover frequency by twice.
Date published: 2015-02-02
Hello, what would be a good matching tweeter that can also handle the power these Woofrrs can. Thank you
The tweeter will only receive 10-15% of the total input power, so anything that is 50-80 watts RMS will be plenty for this application. We have many options, but a very good all around tweeter would be the Dayton Classic below.http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-dc28f-8-1-1-8-silk-dome-tweeter--275-070
Date published: 2015-01-20
goldwood response spec is 28hz - 2800kz parts express list it as 45 to 7000hz. which is correct
I will look into this and have the website updated.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Can you confirm that the outside diameter of these are 8.25" ?
Yes, after pulling one from stock and measuring, the overall frame diameter is 8-1/4".
Date published: 2014-11-18
Anyone know what the flange thickness on this woofer is, not including the cardboard part, just the aluminium part?
The frame thickness excluding the gasket is 9/32".
Date published: 2014-11-13
will this work well in a 1.1 cubic ft box with the dayton audio silk dome tweeter with the tweeter crossed with the single High-Pass 8 Ohm 3,000 Hz crossover? Woofer wired directly to the amp with a 2 inch port?
Yes it will work, although you will get a better response using a full two way crossover. I would also recommend the port to be 3" long for a tuning frequency around 40 Hz.
Date published: 2014-10-13