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Tang Band W69-1042J 6"x9" Subwoofer
Im planning a F150 build and wonder how well these will work in the rear doors for midbass fill running open baffle? Obviously they wont go as low as they would in the correct sized vented or sealed box, but Ford uses an off size r. door speaker anyway.
They will work decent but it really depends on how low you want to go with them. These will work best down to about 50-60 Hz with a high pass filter applied.
Date published: 2014-12-02
Will these fit in the rear doors of a 2013 chevy cruze?
The chart I have available shows the maximum depth for those doors is 3", so it does not look like the Tang Band will fit in that vehicle without modifications.
Date published: 2014-09-09
What size box would you recommend for two of these? Also they would be used as actual subwoofers so it would need to play low. Thank you for any suggestions!!
I would recommend 1.4 cubic feet are both with a 3" diameter, 10" long dual flared port for a tuning frequency of 36 Hz.
Date published: 2014-08-25
How will these work in a free air door application on my 2014 tundra?
They will work reasonably well but probably not play much below about 80 Hz. There will also be heavy modifications required in order for it to fit properly.
Date published: 2014-03-31
What's the best amp to run these speaker from
There isn't one individual amp I can recommend although it will work with any amp that provides 75-100 watts of power RMS into an 8 ohm load.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Would these be a suitable replacement for Chrysler 6x9 front door bass speakers
As long as depth is not an issue and the original woofers are 8 ohms these will work well for that application.
Date published: 2014-03-14