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Pyramid WX85X 8" White Poly Woofer
can i plug this into my phone's earphone input?
If you want to create 2 paperweights or a painful personal lesson, yes. Absolutely.Otherwise, no.Also, speakers, as a general rule, tend to work best for output, not input. And the amplifier you use must be appropriate for the Ohms rating of the speaker.
Date published: 2014-05-08
What frequency range would you recommend running these over? I see the response range goes up to 3200hz but I can't find a graph to show how smooth that is.
Due to beaming, a general rule would be not to cross an 8" driver very high, no higher than about 1,500 Hz. It is probably fairly smooth up to this frequency however Pyramid does not provide a frequency response curve for these drivers.
Date published: 2014-04-24
can i use these with a home stereo receiver approximately 60 watts per channel
The wattage is not a problem, but it would be best to check the impedance that the amplifier can drive. These are 4 ohms so they can damage amplifiers that are restricted to 8 ohms.
Date published: 2014-04-11
Will this replace a factory woofer in a 2001 Yukon non Bose? The orginal is an 8 inch 2 ohm with the non Bose factory system. I'm not looking to rattle anything just trying to get the basic bass back. Looking to plug and play.
As long as you have verified the dimensions this will work fine as a replacement. The 4 ohm load will get slightly less output from the amplifier but this should not make an audible difference.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Will these work in an infinite baffle situation? Two of these mounted in fold down seat pass through with a 9 cubic foot trunk
Yes these will work well as an IB type driver.
Date published: 2014-02-06
I want 2 of these woofers in the same sealed box, should i partition the box for each woofer? and what is the ideal volume for a dual sealed box.
You do not have to partition the enclosure, this does not serve much of a purpose other than bracing the walls. I would recommend 0.6 - 0.8 cubic feet for both woofers sealed.
Date published: 2013-07-18