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Tang Band W1-1942S 1" Full-Range Neodymium Driver
I just listened to these in a temporary box. These are going to be used for a campsite table top. I was thinking some BSC.might work to even the sound out. Amazing how good these sound. The baffle hieght is 3" and the width is 10 inches
We do not have a way to accurately model a BSC filter. I would recommend hopping on our Tech Talk forum as asking there, there are many guys that should be able to help you out.
Date published: 2014-12-11
is there anyway to enhance the bass on these, say a bass boost circuit?
Other than adding specific EQ, these are not designed to reproduce copious amounts of low end, especially if you want any real output from them.
Date published: 2014-12-05
Attempting to raise soundstage in a Honda Fit using stock tweeter locations. With a high crossover would this be a good choice?
This little guy has a response down to 120Hz, so try the existing tweeter crossover/hi-pass in the car first. You may even be happy w/o a filter at all--the stock tweeter is likely crossed over at 3-5KHz--a bit too high for what this will deliver. Good things come in small packages--here is one of them. Speaker tech has come a long way!
Date published: 2013-09-25
How big an enclosure is required
I would recommend 0.0156 cubic feet with a 0.3" diameter, 1" long port. This will tune the enclosure to 98 Hz.
Date published: 2013-07-10
Have a motorcycle helmet with built-in Bluetooth. Would these work to upgrade the wimpy little speakers it comes stock with?
This depends on the amplifier driving the helmet elements. If it's not stable to this low impedance, then I would not recommend it. Most headphone and helmet diaphragms are a set of units made to meet the goals of close-proximity to heads.
Date published: 2012-10-05