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HiVi F5 5" Bass/Midrange
Hi, what kind of the crossover can I use for this speaker & the Vifa D26T6-05 ? I like to build a 2 ways sound bar speaker for these. Thanks.
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Date published: 2015-05-26
would these work in a sealed 0.25 cu. ft. box and if so what is f3 Thanks J.R.
Yes this will work in that volume. The F3 would be 140 Hz.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Want to use these in the doors of my '11 Taurus. There are tweeters in a-pillars and a 3.5" center channel. All run on the OEM radio. I'll be running 2 JL10W0-8's in the trunk. Suggestions for tweets and center? Will these be ok on stock radio?
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Date published: 2015-04-14
I'm looking at building a 3-way system using this as midrange with a Dayton DC28F tweeter, a HIVI M8N, and a Dayton 3-way passive (375/3000) crossover. What would be an ideal enclosure for this speaker, operating in that 375-3000hz range?
The enclosure volume at those frequencies will not make any difference. I would recommend something just large enough to fit the driver and stuff it with polyfil to help absorb the back wave, otherwise it shouldn't matter.
Date published: 2015-02-23
Would these work well as replacements in my JBL PRO III speakers? If they would put out more bass power, it's worth it to me to not go the replacing the torn surrounds route.
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Date published: 2015-01-09
I designed a box based on the .32 cubic feet VAS listed in the catalog, however, you state here that based on your BassBox Pro 6 calculations, the volume only needs to be .09 cubic feet. which is better? I am using 3/4" oak for my boxes.
The Vas is not the box volume for the woofer, it is simply a parameter used to calculate box volume. The recommended volume for this is 0.09, but it will work in 0.32 and provide a lower tuning frequency. I would recommend a port that is 1.5" in diameter and 3.5" long for a tuning frequency of 57 Hz.
Date published: 2015-01-05