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Visaton W300-8 12" Woofer 8 Ohm
What is the oz of the magnet on this woofer.
Unfortunately Visaton does not specify magnet weight. Based on size alone I would say this is 30-40 oz.
Date published: 2014-08-22
Can the Visaton W300-8 12" Woofer 8 Ohm be used for electronic drums?
I want to build speaker cabs to play my electronic drum set through and was wondering if this speaker would be a good choice for especially KICK drum sounds, or which speaker would be good?-Also, going to be using it with a tweeter and wondering what would be a good match. Thanks.-Shawn
This woofer would work well for an application like this at moderate volume levels. I would recommend the smallest vented design for the higher tuning frequency.
Date published: 2013-10-08
will this woofer work in a 2.0 ft3 sealed cab?
Yes this will work in a 2 cubic foot sealed cab.
Date published: 2013-08-02
Does this Move more air because Larger XMAX? than Goldwood 12" inch delmar
12" goldwood heavy duty vs This woofer for moving Air14mm xmax vs 5mmhttp://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=290-332
The Xmax is only .25mm higher on the Visaton woofer so there will be no significant difference in output, assuming these are both used in their optimal enclosures. The woofer to choose is the woofer best suited to your needs.
Date published: 2013-02-21
What size box would this need if you used it & the Goldwood 8" heavy duty woofer in the same box?
If you Desire both on the same plane, I think about 13.5 wide x 23 high x 8 deep, around 1.5 cu. Ft. You could. Decrease to .75 cu. Ft. To 1.0 cu. Ft. If you use a different configuration.
Date published: 2013-02-18
What is the Xmax spec?
This is an advanced question:Isn't the Xmax spec the maximum linear travel (voice coil length minus the gap height) / 2 ?Shouldn't the Xmax be listed as 5.25mm and not 14mm, the mechanical limit of travel ?
There exist many different theories about the xmax spec. Some simply divide the voice coil length by 2 and accept that. Others consider linear vs. Non-linear responce while others apply a percentage of change in linear responce. Various speaker manufacturers list limits to the spec. Car audio goes for overall gain or volume and the most throw they can produce.My personal theory is to design with a goal of performance and balance specs, cost and result. Some cabs I want reference quality while others I am after an impressive sound for the drunks in bars. All things considered your box can do as much in performance as a speakers specs.Some cones move more air than others with the same xmax. Sound is moving air. Use specs as a guide, just as intended. A manufacturer has no idea what the box their product will go into. This makes the other theil parameters more important.
Date published: 2014-02-02