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Peerless 835025 6-1/2" Aluminum Cone HDS Woofer
do these have an even frequency response so that they could be used in studio monitors ? sry I´m new to building speakers ^^ btw how can I see If a speaker has an even frequency rsponse.. is there any specification that gives a hint on that ? :O
Anything could be used in a studio monitor. These will have a breakup frequency like most metal coned drivers that will probably need a little extra work in the crossover. Otherwise these will have a very smooth response.
Date published: 2014-02-17
TQWT(tapered quarter wave tube), matching this driver with a Morel MDT 22 1-1/8" Neodymium Tweeter. Good combo? Thinking of crossing over at ~ 2000 Hertz inside dimensions H = 114.1 cm W = 20.3 cm D = 30 cm any thought would be appreciated
Those two drivers should work well together and that crossover frequency should be fine.
Date published: 2013-12-16
im considering using two as a sub.. what would be a good set up . ie: box vol and port
For moderate volumes this should work well. I would recommend 1.1 cubic feet total with a 3" diameter, 9" long port. This will tune the box to 38 Hz.
Date published: 2013-06-25
Peerless 835025 6-1/2" Aluminum Cone HDS Woofer ......Will this work for a small 2-way? How small can the box be and still have good bass performance?
.4cuft box tuned to 46hz with a 2" port 8.5" long.F0/F3/F6/F10 : 67/52/44/37.5cuft box tuned to 45hz with a 2" port 6.75" long.F0/F3/F6/F10 : 62/47/41/35Any smaller than these and you might risk boomyness and lack of low bass.
Date published: 2012-10-08