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Dayton Audio DC200-8 8" Classic Woofer
Do you offer this woofer in a 4 ohm version?
No it comes in 8 ohms only at the moment.
Date published: 2016-05-03
What size port would be optimal for one of these in an enclosure with volume of 1.2 ft3?
I would recommend a 2" diameter, 6.5" long port for this volume, which will tune to 29 Hz.
Date published: 2016-03-01
What size rectangular port would I need to tune this woofer to 30hz in a 1ft^3 box.
That would require a 2 x 2 inch rectangular port that is 10-3/8 long.
Date published: 2016-02-24
do the holes match-up with those on bose 601 series III?
I am sorry, we do not have the bolt circle specification available for the Bose. In general aftermarket speakers do not match up exactly and new holes are required to mount though.
Date published: 2016-02-02
Would a 1.36 cubic foot box with a 1.5" slotted port work with these woofers ?
The airspace is fine, its best to tune this to 32 Hz. The easiest would be a round 2 inch port that is 4 inches long but you can also get there with a rectangular port if you wish.
Date published: 2016-02-04
I have an old Sherwood SP-250 passive bass module that was used in conjunction with left/right satellites. I am looking to repurpose the bass module (woofer is shot) to supplement the low end of my center channel/speaker. What's your advice?
I would start by checking the physical mounting. Make sure that the hole in the cabinet and frame diameter are compatible with your box. Once you verify that, let us know your cabinets internal dimensions and any information you have on the crossover. Just send the information to tech@parts Express and we will be happy to see how this driver will perform in that application.
Date published: 2016-01-27