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Lanzar MAXP64 6.5" 600 Watt Subwoofer
How do you determine what size box is required for this speaker
You have to run the parameters in a modelling program. Based on the published numbers I would recommend a sealed enclosure of about 0.8 cubic feet for this woofer, but you can go smaller as long as you stay sealed.
Date published: 2015-12-09
I have a JBL Control sub 6 woofer, 6.5". Like to get a replacement as foam as come apart from cone. Do you have a replacement? Thanks Greg
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Date published: 2014-11-10
i was interested in the Lanzar Maxpro64 6.5 in replace of blown out soundstream component woofer... Would the set up still work with the tweeter and Crossover?
If the original woofer was 4 ohm the crossover will not change, but the overall sound will likely be different.
Date published: 2014-11-03
What is the frequency response of this woofer, and will it make a good replacement for a 6.5" ported bass tube?
Unfortunately Lanzar does not specify the frequency response for this woofer, but I doubt it will play very well above 1kHz. We need a little more information about the tube you want to put this is in order to help, please contact our tech support for more help with this question, firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-338-0531 x1.
Date published: 2014-09-02
I want to put 4 of them facing forward under the back seat of my truck in a custom box, should I build a sealed or ported box?
These work best in a sealed enclosure.
Date published: 2014-06-28
car rear door mount
I would like to mount one of these subs in each of the rear doors of my car. Is anyone aware if this sub can be used in that manner (not in a specifically designed/built sealed or ported box)? Thank you in advance for the help.
Sure the driver will work just fine in this application. My suggestion would be to make sure that the door is sealed as well as possible. If you can use closed cell foam and a layer of vinyl or something like that to seal the inside of the door from the outside to stop the rear wave of the driver from interfering with the outside wave that would be as good as it gets.
Date published: 2014-10-30