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Pyramid W64 6-1/2" Pro Plus Midbass Woofer
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
Sound quality for car door speaker?
4 ohm, Vas 0.2 cu ft, Qts 0.75, depth 2.75", 96 dB @1W 1m, all indicate good fit for my car door speaker. One review, "above 300 Hz sounds like a cheap alarm clock" is stopping me from buying these. I need 2 way woofer, XO @ about 3200 Hz. I need second opinion. No amp. 15W head unit. Thanks.
That is a VERY subjective question. Considering the driver's structure and your choice of power and crossover points, my opinion would be that another driver would fit the bill much better.In the same price range, my suggestions would be the Aura 6" buyout speaker or the Focal 6.5" (I have these in my current home theater and they aren't bad at all for the money). The JAMO 20414 also looks like a good candidate for the job as well.
Date published: 2013-03-26