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Peerless 830669 12" Paper Cone SLS Subwoofer
Hi I would like to use this peerless 830669 with a Dayton Audio SD315-PR 12" Passive Radiator in a sealed enclosure this would be a side firing woofer can you suggest a enclosure size as small as possible
I would recommend using two passives with this woofer. 2.0 cubic feet will work with 100 grams added to each passive. This will give you a tuning frequency of about 32 Hz.
Date published: 2015-01-27
Would this driver work well in a 3 cubic ft cabinet for sub duty only?
Assuming 3 cubic feet sealed, this driver will work pretty well. You can expect in room response into the low 30's. A pair in their own enclosures would be better, powered in parallel with our Dayton SA230 amplifier.
Date published: 2014-07-25
Would this driver be a good choice for a (M&K style) push-pull design? Would this have equivalent output and deep extension as an M&K sub?
This will work in a smaller sealed type design like that. If you have an amplifier with a bass boost feature, this will reach in room response to the low 30's which is as low as an M&K design.
Date published: 2014-01-28
i wanna biuld a ht box for 2 of these with a bash 300 watt amp?
i listen to classic rock and techno so i want it to perform well with music and movies and i.m trying for sound quality not to blow me and my neighbors away any help would be great and thanks for your help.
Two of these in a 4 cubic foot sealed enclosure with heavy fill should be plenty with a Bash 300. You can expect plenty of output and in room response down to the low 30's assuming proper room placement.
Date published: 2012-10-04