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Tang Band W4-1052SD 4" Driver 4 Ohm
are the speakers good for a DIY Boombox. I was thinking a pair of these and a subwoofer, with a Leipei amp. Promarily for outdoor use, eg; beach, camping, etc
Yes these would work well for a boombox application.
Date published: 2014-07-24
this will be the first thing i have done electronically. I was told to use a dayton tweeter
and incorporate a simple pass "I would recommend a small flange Dayton neo tweeter with a simple high pass somewhere around 5-6kHz." I don't know what that means or how to do it. Could you explain. This would be the tweeter i chose. Dayton Audio ND20FB-4 Rear-Mount 3/4" Neodymium Dome Tweeter
Simply sellect a2-way crossover with a range that matched your speakers, get w box and install. The crossover will have terminals for input and woofer and tweeter outputs.
Date published: 2013-05-18
what tweeter would be a good match for this.
I am replacing the Minimus 7 speaker that I have used as a job site cell phone speaker powered by 1 Pyle 15w@ 4ohm mono amp. It wasn't loud but it had a nice sound. Thought i would use this speaker and a tweeter to match, to take advantage of the 4 ohm mono amp. any suggestions. i did the calculator for the enclosure and this is what was recommended
There aren't many tweeters that won't work with this woofer. I would recommend a small flange Dayton neo tweeter with a simple high pass somewhere around 5-6kHz.
Date published: 2013-05-09
Port size and lenght for 2 drivers in a box .31 cu.ft.
That's a good size box for a single driver. Not for 2. Check under the speaker building tab, woofer selection guide. You will find box sizes for both ported and sealed enclosures for many drivers - including this one. From there - you need to use a box calculator and plug in the specs. From there - you can vary things to determine the response curve you want and get the port diameter and length.
Date published: 2012-07-07
What components and design would I use to make 'step filters' to tame the midrange peak these have?
You are asking a very difficult question. This speaker will perform differently with various crossovers, bi-amped or in multiples. What frequency and to what level do you wish to limit?I use a parametric EQ. to get control of a peak in a system. In some instances a notch filter is the answer while in other applications a stop filter is best.Some audiophiles use resistive capacitive designs and others prefer capwcitive inductive. Individuals who desire great accuracy opt for IC op-amps. I recomend Audio Op-Amp Applications by W.G. Jung published by Howard Sams & Co.Check out speaker software at PE and consider modeling various designs.You could also consider phase filters which put a 180 shift at q band and cancelled the frequency altogether. Variable designs adjust the phase and allow some control.
Date published: 2013-08-22