PR Audio , Aug 7, From a picture you have it looks like it. What’s the inside dims of the enclosure? Or should I just snag the drivers and scrap this project? In a sealed box you’ll need a sub to ever be happy with it.
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What’s the inside dims of the enclosure? Not as good as my Klipsch KG 1. From a picture you have it looks like it. I have some Coral BX cabinets – those have 8″ drivers but a larger cab. Or, you might decide to add a suitable port to work with a given driver.
Download some free box design software, measure your existing box, then start entering driver parameters.
Also, how about the ohmage of both old and new woofers? That’s a pretty small box.
Log in or Sign up. What would be a more suitable driver the enclosure? SO instead of trying to go back to stock – I thought I’d try woofer replacement. Actually, way too many variables. No, create an account now.
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It could do well in a box twice the size with a port, but that doesn’t help you unless you want to build a new box. It’s hard to quantify what’s wrong with the sound. JediAug 7, PR AudioAug 7, It’s just not a good driver for a sealed box. Sounds like they might make good satellites to use with a sub and you’ll need a sub with them if sudio like bass otherwise you’re missing that last octave.
If the woofer output is too low compared to the tweeter output level, you would need to put a potentiometer on the tweeter so you could adjust it downward. It is not an ideal woofer for sealed. Chattanooga TN via Chicago.
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If the new woofers are really different from the originals you might have to try more or less or different damping material. Is your enclosure stuffed? Do you already have an account? I’d put it in a 0. Wrong tweeter for that woofer Share This Page Tweet.
ConradHAug 7, IMO, that usually sounds a bit anemic to me and I try for as much as 0. Hopefully you’ll find a driver that works properly in the size and type of enclosure you’re trying to fix. Maybe you already didjust throwing it out there. Extra acoustical stuffing might be in order too.
Crossover Here’s a picture of the limited crossover: