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Pyle PDMW5 5" High Performance Midbass Woofer
I'm looking to replace some speakers in my center channel. The old ones are 10 ohms would 8 ohms be suitable?
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Date published: 2015-09-08
just ordered 4 of these to be used in two bi-pole rear chan. ht application. I noticed that the sd is not listed but is required for Bassbox to calc the vent config. Just curious how the PE suggested vented enclosure was derived?
A generic number was likely used for the calculations on our site which will certainly be close enough for most applications. After getting my hands on one, I have calculated the Sd of this driver to be 76 sq cm.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Pyle PDMW5 5" High Performance Midbass Woofer I need to replace existing drivers in my enclosure, I'd like to know the dimensions of the mounting hole pattern. I'll be needing 10 of these drivers if they have the correct mounting pattern.
Center to center screw hole distance is 4-3/4" measured across the cone, 3-3/8" if measured adjacent.
Date published: 2013-12-04
I want to use these as a replacement driver in an old pair of mini speakers (~ .12 cu-feet).
I also want to use the existing 2-way crossovers (along with some new dome tweeters I have). I noticed that the systems is 4 ohm. Would I have issues using these 8 ohm drivers and the existing cross-over? I plan to use a Denon reciever that is rated for either 8 or 6 ohm for music in my garage (not looking for deep base)
There may be a slight change in the crossover point although it is unlikely this will be audible. You will want to stick with a 6-8 ohm woofer if that is what your amp is rated for.
Date published: 2013-02-05