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Peerless 830668 10" Paper Cone SLS Subwoofer
I have a 3.66 cu. foot enclosure what length 4" port would be best to tune this woofer in this size of enclosure? What would be the f3? Thank You
A 12" long port would provide a tuning frequency of 24 Hz and an F3 of 27 Hz.
Date published: 2016-01-18
Would this work to replace a 10" Boston Micro90PV II home theater downward facing subwoofer in original boston box etc?
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Date published: 2014-12-01
I don't have WinISD installed anymore due to the fact I switched to Apple products. Does anyone have the ideal sealed and ported box sizes for this sub? I'm planning on add two cabinets (one driver each) to the rear corners of my room. THANKS!!
The recommended sealed box is 1.25 cubic feet with an F3 of 56 Hz. A vented box would need to be 4 cubic feet with a 4" diameter, 10" long port tube for a tuning frequency of 28 Hz.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Could this woofer be installed in a sealed enclosure, in a down-firing configuration for home theatre?
Yes this will work well both for sealed or for downfiring.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Will this product perform well in an"IB" car install.
The subwoofer will play into the car from the trunk. The trunk will be sealed, with the rear of the sub playing into the trunk, without a box.
Yes this would be a good option for an IB.
Date published: 2013-02-19