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GRS 12PR-8 12" Poly Cone Rubber Surround Woofer
Wats the smallest. Cubic feet box these can be in... i want to run like 10 of them in a spl box ... just wanna be cheap..
You will have to use an underdamped, high Q design for these woofers. I would recommend 1.5-2 cubic feet per woofer sealed and heavily stuffed.
Date published: 2014-08-12
How deep is this woofer and would it work in an open baffle stereo console?
This woofer is about 4-5/8" deep and it will work well in an open baffle application.
Date published: 2014-08-11
I purchased 2 of these drivers last year and never received the the t/s parameters in the shipping box.I need them because i don't have a speaker analizer.
The T/S parameters are listed on the product page on our website.
Date published: 2014-08-05
my moms sub died in her nissan maxima, im looking for a cheep sub that i can use in an infinate baffel config that has enough bass for my parents. (they were happy with the 6inch bose sub so it wouldnt have to be loud at all) would this work?
This will work well in an IB application and should produce similar output to the original subwoofer.
Date published: 2014-08-04
What will by optimum cabinet size for vented box and port size. Thank You.
The recommended ported volume for this woofer is 31 cubic feet, not very practical. We recommend around 2 cubic feet sealed for the best results.
Date published: 2014-07-24
I wanna use these as subs in a sealed box. Would 2 of these sound good bridged at 4 ohms on a pioneer gma-3602 2 channel amp? It puts 180 rms bridged
These will work well as sealed subwoofers but will be limited with their output capability do to their low excursion. If you are not looking for absolute SPL these should work fine.
Date published: 2014-07-11