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Pyramid W64 6-1/2" Pro Plus Midbass Woofer
I would like to replace the 6.5 mb quart midbass drivers that came in their 3 way set up that are in my doors. would these work, or would you recomend to go with a larger driver like an 8" 75watts rms from an xtant amp
The specs show an Optimum cabinet size of 0.07 ft3 for Sealed as well as for Vented. I believe both are too small. 1) Can you recommend a size for Sealed 2) And also for Vented w/port dimensions?
Using parameters I measured on the WT3 the volumes are quite a bit different. I would recommend 0.7 sealed for an F3 of 75 Hz. Vented is over 2.2 cubic feet and not recommended for this driver.
Date published: 2016-01-04
I previously asked about internal volume of 0.07 cu ft it's ok for this driver! what if my internal volume is 0.16 cu ft sealed? is that ok, I'm going to x-over 80Hz to 1kHz I'm just wondering if the extra air space will compromise sound?
Putting this in a slightly larger enclosure will not effect the results if you are high passing these at 80 Hz.
Date published: 2015-05-13
This looks interesting...will it work as a door speaker in a 2014 Honda Accord? I have no issues with drilling new hole locations.
Yes it will work, although it will only produce upper bass and midrange frequencies. If you have a separate tweeter this will work fine.
Date published: 2014-11-28
Will this Pyramid W64 6 1/2" Pro Plus speeaker be a suitable replacement for the midrange in my 3-way AR 610 speakers? The crossover frequencies are 700 Hz and 5000 Hz.
Yes this will work for that application.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Want to run this driver on a car head unit. 2 towers, 1 driver & a 3 way. Driver separate compartment from 3 way. Box size?Sealed or ported?Spec says .07 other guy says .2? I want decent bass.I can change htz on head unit 60 to 120 mid hi & low & db Level
Using measured parameters from the WT3 I would recommend a sealed box of 0.7 to 1 cubic foot sealed. This will provide an F3 of 74 Hz with usable in room response reaching into the 40's.
Date published: 2014-08-29