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HiWave BMR12 Compact 2" Full-Range Square Speaker 12W 8 Ohm
I want to connect 8 (BMR12) speakers to the Lepai LP-2020A+ amp in series/parallel to get 4 ohms to only one channel of the amp. Would this work? Are my calcualtions correct? Suggestions for a better configuration?
Yes you can wire eight of these series/parallel for a 4 ohm load.
Date published: 2015-08-31
Hi, I would like to know if you will have more of the HiWave BMR12 in stock, thanks
This driver is no longer available, but we do have a similar option available below.http://www.parts-express.com/tectonic-elements-hibm36s05-8-compact-2-full-range-square-speaker-5w-8-ohm--297-212
Date published: 2015-06-10
i was wondering when and if these will be available as these are one of my favorite speakers and i cant find them anywhere and they go for 30 dollars on ebay
Unfortunately this HiWave model was a limited quantity buyout item, so there is little chance we will ever get them back in stock. We do have a similar model from Tectonic Elements below.http://www.parts-express.com/tectonic-elements-hibm36s05-8-compact-2-full-range-square-speaker-5w-8-ohm--297-212
Date published: 2015-01-27
Can these little guys survive in an automotive environment, excluding the dash and the rear deck? I was looking to add them to the hefty B pillar in a Lincoln Mark & coupe ,2 speakers to each side .
Yes these are made of materials that will hold up fine in an automotive application.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Should I add a tweeter if using these in a 16 per side line array? I intend on building a pair of 16 driver line arrays like mentioned above in the reviews. If I do add a tweeter, where should it go? In the middle a la MTM? Along side? Crossover point
Adding a tweeter is very subjective. These are small enough to be full range although off axis the high frequencies will droop. I usually recommend hooking them up full range first, then you can always add a tweeter later if you feel like they need more top end.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Looking to use 18 of these (to achieve 4ohm) in an edge-to-edge linear array as the center channel for my home theater. Planning to mount the array vertically (as recommended) and behind the acoustically transparent screen. Any words of advice/caution?
I don't find anything wrong with the theory although you will not achieve a proper 4 ohm load with 18 drivers. 4 drivers will bring you back to 8 ohms, 8 drivers will drop it to 4 ohms and 16 drivers will bring it back to 8 ohms. I would recommend either 8 or 16 drivers for an application like this if you need an overall load of 4 ohms or higher.
Date published: 2014-04-26