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Tang Band W3-1053SC 3" Full Range Driver
Tang Band W3-1053SC 3" Full Range Driver Part # 264-880 I need to know the mounting hole centers and outer dimensions for this speaker.
Overall frame diameter is 3-1/8", corner to corner measures 3-7/8" and the screw holes are on a 3-5/16" circle.
Date published: 2015-06-11
this is optimal for a 0.06 cu ft cabinet sealed. what would happen putting this in the 0.04 knock down cabinets sold here? Any idea what the -3db would be approximately, what affect would it have on power handling better or worse. How much fill should go
Yes these will work in those enclosures. The will reach about 120 Hz in room, so a high pass filter is recommended around this frequency. With a high pass enabled, they will handle full RMS power. Fill is considered typical, lightly filling the whole box.
Date published: 2014-11-24
i have two of these already,purchasing two of the Peerless 830878 3-1/2 radiators, would it be possible to use one of these drivers along with one of the peerless radiators in a pair of the Knock-Down MDF 0.04 cu. ft enclosures?
This passive will tune the enclosure too low with that combination. I would recommend simply porting the box with a 3/4" diameter, 3" long port.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Want to run 4 in a ported box. Box size and port length?
I would recommend 0.3 cubic feet total, with a 2" diameter, 3" long port for a tuning frequency of 76 Hz.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Is the Sd available anywhere? The one that I guesstimated shows the driver running out of excursion very fast unless only like 2 watts are applied to it. I guess I'm being hopeful in thinking that it's massively larger than I expect.
The Sd of this driver is about 31 cm sq.
Date published: 2014-04-07
If used in a vented cab with four drivers must I use four ports? Or can I increase the volume and size of port by a factor of 4? Thanks
You do not need to have four ports although increasing port size by a factor of 4 will not be ideal considering a 2" port does not have double to surface area as a 1" for example.
Date published: 2014-01-20