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Tang Band W6-1139SIF 6-1/2" Paper Cone Subwoofer Speaker
Is the Tang Band W6-1139SIF 6-1/2" Paper Cone Subwoofer Speaker a good replacement speaker in the subwoofer of a ProMedia v.2-400 Computer Speaker System?
What size port would I need if external dimensions are 11 x 11 x 11 inches using 3/4" mdf?
The port would have to be 2" in diameter and 16" long in this volume, so it would have to have at least one bend. You could also use a pair of the Dayton SD215-PR passive radiators with 150 grams added to each, which will give you the same tuning frequency of 34 Hz.
Date published: 2015-03-19
My W6-1139SIF 6.5" is for a near field 2.1 computer setup. I need sub-woofer enclosure plans for 40hz and under if possible. I'm not picky about ported, sealed, TH etc and ultra high output isn't important. Smaller is better but whatever works best.
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Date published: 2015-03-19
would these fit in rear door panel for 2012 Hyundai Sonata??? would they be too deep? I wanna use these to supplement the bass I have full range in front doors.
The reference guide I have shows a depth of 3.5" for that vehicle, the woofer is just shy of 4" so a depth extender would probably be required for this to fit properly.
Date published: 2015-03-13
Hi all, I'm thinking to install 2 of these, one each door, in deadned rear doors of a Mercury Cougar year 1999. It will be pretty much an IB install. Any suggestion on max power? Can I use a 80w per channel rms ampli or is too much for these?
80 watts will provide plenty of headroom but these are only rated for 50 watts RMS. Mounted free air, you will run out of excursion below 20 Hz on 50 watts, so they will handle a decent amount of power. I would recommend a high pass around 30-40 Hz since these won't produce much below those frequencies anyway, but you still want to watch the amount of input power you feed them.
Date published: 2015-03-10
Can you please let me know the enclosure volume for SQ (prefer tighter & clean bass); 45W input; moderate volumes; under dash car install; with the port listed at http://www.parts-express.com/flared-port-tube-3-id-x-11-l-with-5-flared-ends--269-165?
In order for that port to provide a relatively flat response, the enclosure volume would have to be almost 2 cubic feet. Porting this driver in a small enclosure is not very practical unless you use a passive radiator. I would recommend sticking with sealed which will be a much smaller volume and still provide output into the 30's.
Date published: 2015-03-09