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HiVi F5 5" Bass/Midrange
Will this F5 work fine if crossed at 2500Hz and 340Hz for midrange application?
Yes these will work well with those crossover points.
Date published: 2014-08-02
I would like to use the Hi Vi F5 drivers for my car to replace existing 5-1/4" door and rear deck mids. How closely are the holes matched up between a typical 5-1/4" driver and the F5's? Thank you for your consideration.
These are going to be very different from an automotive 5-1/4, The actual diameter is 6 inches on the frame and therer are 6 mounting holes spaced at 5-3/8 inches center to center.
Date published: 2014-06-03
is this a great speaker for a line arra with 10 plus speakers
or i was considering nd91 31/2 , or the nd140 51/4 I will also be adding tweeters and possabley a dayton audio part #295-512 12" sub like the um12-22
This will work well for an array.
Date published: 2013-02-11
Vented cab volume.
I was considering building a set of bookshelf speakers with this, and using the knock down cabinets also sold here. Problem is, i don't know which one to mate them to, the one i was considering is listed. reason for its use its its depth is wide enough to allow side mounting, versus having it mounted on the wider side. This would be my first attempt at a build on myself. I was also wanting to know if a forward port would be provide satisfactory results.
The VAS listed in the driver spec sheet shows the cabinet you chose is of adequate volume. Don't vent it - leave it acoustic-suspension (sealed). An arbitrarily-designed vented enclosure rarely sounds as good as a sealed one and these will NEVER play loud no matter what type of enclosure is used, so save yourself the headache...
Date published: 2014-03-19