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Pyramid W64 6-1/2" Pro Plus Midbass Woofer
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
I need to replace 6 1/2 inch speakers in a small Kustom PA. Each enclosure has 2- 6 1/2's and a tweeter. The 6 1/2s are 4 ohm, 30 watts (rms), 60-8 kHz , 1 inch Kapton. Will these work for my needs? If not, can you make a recommendation? Thx.
These will work but will be limited with overall sensitivity. I would recommend the PRV below instead.http://www.parts-express.com/prv-audio-6mb200-4-6-1-2-midbass-woofer-4-ohm--294-2703
Date published: 2014-08-11
Reading above the recommendations for a sealed box volume is: 0.07 ft.³ Is this correct? or what is the recommended volume for a sealed box? I would like to use them as a Mid-Bass, x-over from 80Hz up to 800Hz. Thank you. Derick
Yes the recommended volume sealed is 0.07 cubic feet which will work well for those crossover points.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Need Vented Port Dimensions
What are the recommended port dimensions (diameter and length) for a round port to achieve F3 of 40Hz? - Thanks
With a volume of .43 cubic feet and a 1.5" diameter, 4" long port you get an F3 of 39.8 Hz although the response does not look good. This driver is much better suited in a sealed enclosure and with its limited Xmax it won't do much below about 80 Hz.
Date published: 2013-09-17
How big of a box (ported/sealed, which ever would be better) should I build if I want two of them in one box?
I would recommend sealed for this driver, two would be best in 0.4 cubic feet.
Date published: 2013-07-22