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Goldwood GW-8PC-8 8" Heavy Duty Woofer 8 Ohm
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
1ft3 box tuned to .....? Adding xtc foam baffle to the woofer will do what to the tuning and/or performance? Will I need a bigger box with the xtc baffle installed?
A 2-1/2" diameter 5" long port will tune the box to 42 Hz. The XTC foam baffles are intended for car door applications to help keep moisture off of the driver, they would serve no benefit in a standard enclosure.
Date published: 2014-09-09
looking to replace the subwoofer in jbl lx44. what would be good
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Date published: 2014-09-11
what is the diameter of the bolt pattern
The bolt pattern diameter is 7-3/4".
Date published: 2014-08-02
Do you have the installed depth, or the depth below the cabinet face? I assume a portion (.25" +/-) of the listed "depth" will sit above the face? I have a conflict inside my cabinet at about 3.5", so I need an exact measurement of the installed depth.
The actual mounting depth of this driver from the back of the flange is 3-13/16".
Date published: 2014-06-17
This can actually play at 7khz right, some said in a comment it maxed at 2800, if so i just bought a 5k 2-way crossover for this and a pyle super tweeter. This will work right the specs on the website are correct or am I incorrect?
If you look at the actual frequency response graph for this driver it will only reach 7kHz if you account for the cone breakup that happens. Because of beaming, I usually don't recommend crossing an 8" over any higher than about 2kHz anyway.
Date published: 2014-03-10