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Tang Band W3-1750S 3" Neodymium Subwoofer
I have an application requiring a sealed box. What would a good (or best for that matter) box volume be? I have an box volume budget if need be, like upwards of .25 ft3.
Unfortunately this driver will not work well in a sealed box if you want any useful low end from it. In .2 sealed I would recommend the Dayton ND90 instead which you can see below.http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-nd90-8-3-1-2-aluminum-cone-full-range-driver-8-ohm--290-210
Date published: 2014-05-20
Would this be able to pair with a 3.5" peerless pr if so what would be the appropriate dimensions for this enclosure to be tuned to the lowest frequency possible?
In a volume of 0.04 with one passive and no weight added, the tuning frequency would be 50 Hz.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Would horn-loading be effective with this driver?
Interested in useing this sub in a desktop system and I was wondering if a horn design would increase SPL and/or low frequency range. If so, what design would be most effective?
For a given frequency, an effective horn needs to be longer than about 1/4 wavelength. For a horn to be useful at 80 hz, it needs to be 3-1/2 feet long or so. Further, the dimesnsions of the mouth need to be similarly scaled. Klipsch and others worked the problem by folding the horn back on itself. Still... You would need an awfully big desk for THIS desktop system.Placing whatever sub woofer design you end up with, in a floor-and-two-walls corner will beef up the bass end of things in much the same manner as a crude horn. Think of the room as an enclosure with 8 such horns built in. Party on, Wayne.
Date published: 2012-05-22
How to get lowest bass from this?
What is the best design for this speaker? I put it into sealed and vented boxes with difference dimensions but can't get no satisfaction :) . Could anybody recommend parameters of vented( or another) box?
The best alignment that I can come up with is a ported cabinet that is 0.05 cubic feet. Dimensions for that would be 8-1/4" H x 5-1/2" W x 3-3/4" D, figuring for 1/2" cabinet material. For the port, use 1" inner diameter PVC tubing and elbows to make the total length 13".This will tune the enclosure to 63 Hz with an F3 of 69 Hz. Maximum power handling in this configuration is 10W RMS. I would recommend using the Dayton DTA-1 to power it.
Date published: 2013-10-31