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HiVi F6 6" Bass/Midrange
What would the fs be in a .35 sphere sealed stuffed or not? Still learning Thanks J.R.
F3 in that volume will be 113 Hz with average stuffing. The shape will not matter.
Date published: 2015-04-14
i am planning to use 4 (qty.) HiVi F6 drivers in my vehicle. What tweeter(s) would provide a nice compliment for them? Placement options are A Pillar, top of doors, or possible in the dash as there is a 3-1/2" opening.
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Date published: 2015-01-28
For a beautiful, full-bodied voice and guitar, which the liquid volume that I can be using with this driver? How would the internal measures of the box? It will be used in conjunction with a Dayton 15 subwoofer in another box (LT), with cut @ 80hz. Thank
I would recommend a volume of 0.53 cubic feet net, with a 2" diameter, 5" long port for a tuning frequency of 48 Hz. This would have internal dimensions of 14"H x 8"W x 8.5"D.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Would these be suitable for a car audio application? Specifically a replacement a woofer in a door mounted component system.
most car systems use 4 ohm drivers ,mostly because 4 ohms pulls more power from the power amp . The response from these drivers is excellent, but weather protection, DOOR CLOSING CONCUSSION heating cooling factors, make these not car friendly. the subtle nuances will disappear from road noise ,that you hear in a well built home system. my recommendation use car type woofers and spend your money on good tweeters THE ON SALE AURI DRIVERS WILL PLEASE YOU AND LAST LONGER!
Date published: 2011-11-15