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Goldwood GW-8PC-8 8" Delmar Series Heavy Duty Woofer 8 Ohm
Is there any impedance curves for this driver? I am going to replace a 6ohm speaker with the Goldwood 8ohm version. Should I use the 4 ohm? Also, its going into a .18ft3 sealed cabinet. To use between 150hz-600hz.
Just got two of these from PE. Building a vented box. My box is 1.15 cubic ft before i figure in port and baffle displacement, so will be close to recommended. Question: is it generally recommended to line the box interior with foam or fiberglass, etc?
Yes, it is recommended to use fill in the box interior. It will help dampen internal vibrations, resonates, and standing waves.
Date published: 2015-04-08
Are the binding posts on these hollow in the middle to accept banana plugs?
Yes these will accept banana plugs.
Date published: 2015-03-23
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