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Peerless 830878 3-1/2" Passive Radiator
I am using 2 of the Hivi 3" B3N in a boom box that will be .263 cu. ft... I want to use these downward firing to help extend the low end, would this passive radiator work for my application?
Will these work with the TB W3-1335 SB? If so, what is the recommended box volume?
As per design suggestion I'm using the tympany 3.5" drivers in a .21 cuft box. I can only place this radiator on top or bottom. The bottom will have about 1.25" of clearance as the enclosure has stubby legs. I prefer to face it down. is that ok?
Yes this will work fine down firing with that much clearance.
Date published: 2016-01-26
Hi, will this PA work well with Fountek FE87? Recommended enclosure volumes, single / double PA, etc.
Unfortunately these will not work together very well. The passive will tune too low to have useful bass output. These are much better in standard vented enclosures.
Date published: 2016-01-12
How is the peak vibration that this can handle? The xmas.
Peerless does not specify Xmax for this passive, although it appears to be 4-5mm one way.
Date published: 2016-01-11
What are your thoughts on using the Peerless 830878 with the Dayton Audio RS100-4 in the Denovo Audio Knock-Down MDF 0.04 cu. ft boxes? What would the box be tuned to? Or should I use a port on the box?
In that volume I would recommend staying sealed. Porting will offer better response than using a passive radiator, but the volume will need to be doubled in order to get a reasonable ported response.
Date published: 2015-12-04