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Tang Band W5-1138SM 5-1/4" Neodymium Subwoofer
Could you tell me the distance between mounting holes-- center to center --measured across the diameter, please? I'm trying to determine if they will require significant mod to replace the rear deck speakers in my car. Thanks very much
The screw holes are 145mm (5.708") on center measured diagonally.
Date published: 2015-12-14
Hello, Im building a sub box for my '14 f150 super crew to go under the rear seat. I have two of these w5-1138's and want to know the enclosure and port volumes to tune them to the low 30's. I can use square or round ports. Thanks for your reply.
I would recommend 0.75 cubic feet total for both with a 3" diameter, 22" long port for a tuning frequency of 35 Hz.
Date published: 2015-11-02
I am building a subwoofer tube. I have .2cbft to work with and some calculations have shown a 1" port length of ~ 6.5" long to get a frequency of 38hz. Does that sound correct? I want between 35-40hz and have limited available space. Cheers.
Yes this volume and port size will work. There might be some port noise present at higher volume levels but if the subwoofer is placed in a hidden area it may not be audible.
Date published: 2015-08-31
I need to replace a big box 12 Paradigm subwoofer in a room that is 12x18 feet. Can I run 4 of these in series parallel. What would a ported box look like size wise. I have a maximum set of dimensions which are 7x14x20.
A box with those dimensions will work if you can put an elbow in the port. A 4" diameter, 20" long port is recommended for a tuning frequency of 39 Hz.
Date published: 2015-06-12
I wanted to make a small subwoofer to fill out the low end for my f150. I would like to use a 6" pvc pipe but I would like suggestions on what length would be best to get the most low end bass. Not sure if I want to go sealed or vented. Thanks!
A sealed enclosure will only need a 7-1/2" length of pipe for the proper volume, but this yields an F3 of about 70 Hz. A vented enclosure would need to be 24" long with a 2" diameter, 15" long port for a tuning frequency of 38 Hz.
Date published: 2015-06-08
Is this a freeair subwoofer
This will work relatively well free air but it will have limited extension below about 50 Hz.
Date published: 2015-03-10