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Visaton FR13-4 5" Full-Range Speaker 4 Ohm
for ported application, what volume and port design do you guys suggest?
Porting this speaker will result in very peaky bass response and a relatively large volume or about 0.45 cubic feet. A 2" diameter hole in the enclosure will result in a tuning frequency of 85 Hz, but there will not be much audible below about 120 Hz due to a large peak. Sticking with a sealed design will result in smoother bass response.
Date published: 2015-07-16
How many speakers come inside the box? Also im planning on using these to make a bluetooth speaker. The instructions i'm using are in this link. https://medium.com/@kthornbloom/how-to-build-a-bluetooth-speaker-b145dd7475af would these work for this?
These are sold individually and would work for that type of Bluetooth speaker.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Will these work as replacement for Galaxy Hot Spot speakers? Mine is a little powered 30 watt.
The bolt holes will match up but these will not produce the same amount of output or handle the same amount of power as the Galaxy drivers. For low volumes they will work okay, but you might also need to add some sort of gaskets to create an air tight seal on the baffle.
Date published: 2014-10-13
Recommended Enclosure size and HT use
What would be the recommended enclosure type and size? Would you need some type of crossover in the cabinet? Also, could this be used in a cheap HT setup in a small apartment so long as a subwoofer is also used?
This driver can be used in a .2 cubic foot sealed box in your application without any crossover needed. The subwoofer will handle the lower frequencies so this would just be responsible for mid/high.
Date published: 2013-02-15
if I use an equalizer will I get the upper frequencies in fullrange use?
Date published: 2014-05-20
will a tweeter be helpful with this product for upper frequencies?
You will have to determine this upon listening to it, this is not really a question anyone can answer for you.
Date published: 2013-09-24