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Peavey 18" Low Rider Subwoofer Speaker
I want to order one of this drivers for my 22w x 27h x 26d cab. what would be the measurments for only one port if I want to tune it at 35 Hz?
I would recommend a port that measures 25.5"H x 3"W x 22"D for a tuning frequency of 35 Hz.
Date published: 2015-10-05
what matérial use for the suspension exterior
This driver uses a treated cloth accordion surround.
Date published: 2014-08-18
which is the gauge of the wire of the coil?
Unfortunately this is not something Peavey provides in the specs. You should be able to call them directly for an answer to this question.
Date published: 2014-06-20
do you have a 4 ohms ??
Unfortunately we do not have an 18" Low Rider in 4 ohms. Below is a link for all the 4 ohm 18" drivers we offer.http://www.parts-express.com/cat/woofers-subwoofers-midrange-speakers/31?N=17289+4294967118+4294964953+4294965095&Ne=10166&Nrs=collection%28%29%2Frecord[endeca%3Amatches%28.%2C%22P_PortalID%22%2C%221%22%29+and+endeca%3Amatches%28.%2C%22P_Searchable%22%2C%221%22%29]&PortalID=1
Date published: 2014-03-25
Good Replacement Sub for EV FRI-181s Sub Cabinet?
I understand it is best to build a cabinet to spec for the sub, but my budget will not allow me to replace sub and cabinet. I have two EV 18" sub cabinets that have blown, I reconed one but am not happy with it. I would love to put this peavey in the cabinet if it will work. I am not sure, but i believe the EV cabinet is around 8.0 cu ft and tuned to around 36 Hz. Any help will be appreciated.
Yes this will work in that cabinet.
Date published: 2013-07-09
I have 2 of these drivers I ordered from you and two 24wx26hx20d cabs but I am unsure of the size, amount and depth of ports needed to tune to 50/60Hz?
In a cab that size you will need four 4" diameter ports that are 4.5" long for a 50 Hz tune. I would recommend a lower tune, something like 35 Hz. This would require the vents to be 12" long each.
Date published: 2013-06-26