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HiVi M4N 4" Aluminum/Magnesium Midbass
I am considering using 3 of these in a in a tower with the internal volume of 1.2 cu ft. Could I achieve the F3 of 39? Would you recommend a port or a passive radiator? And whats sizes port/ passive radiator would be ideal? Thank you.
A 2" diameter, 1-1/2" long port will provide an F3 of 39 Hz.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Is there a cad file for Solidworks available?
We do not have any cad files available, although you may be able to get one directly from Hi-Vi. You can find them at www.swanspeaker.com.
Date published: 2014-12-11
I see many speakers with a Power Handling (RMS)15 Watts and Power Handling (max)30 Watts. Is it secure to use this kind of spearkers with a 20 W RMS amplifier at total power?
Yes this will be perfectly fine. The RMS number is the most important although wattage is not as important as most people think. Just pay attention to the sound of the speaker and if it sounds distorted at higher levels than it is being over powered.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Could this be used instead of the B4Ns for the overnight sensations???
Unfortunately no, the Overnight Sensations were designed around the B4N woofer, changing this will change the overall outcome of the design.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Hello, Would like to build 2 tower speakers at 4ohm . Each tower using eight or ten M4N mids and one TN25 for the highs. I would also like to use the Dayton BPA-386 for the crossover. Would this be a good set up? Any advice please. Thank you.
Eight of those drivers in series/parallel will yield a 4 ohm load so this is the number I would stick with. The TN25 will work above 3,500 Hz although I am not familiar with that Dayton crossover model.
Date published: 2014-02-21
What is the Le (Voice Coil Inductance) value of this driver?
The Le of this driver is 0.652 mH at 1kHz.
Date published: 2014-02-10