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  • Wolf
    Reply to Smallest 40Hz sub I've simulated... 'Microdot'
    Wolf
    As I already said- the W5-2053 was not yet available. Sure- I evaluate my options when doing a design, and the 2053 was not an option at that time. But...
    06-06-2017, 10:32 AM
  • Scarface1
    Reply to Smallest 40Hz sub I've simulated... 'Microdot'
    Scarface1
    Because i think you can make a better speaker with it (i'm not sure) so thats why i question myself why don't you do that.

    Greetz
    06-06-2017, 09:31 AM
  • Wolf
    Reply to Notches....
    Wolf
    Due to resistances in the other components, no, I agree. This post is about terminology and frequent usage of misinformation.
    05-01-2017, 12:07 PM
  • dcibel
    Reply to Notches....
    dcibel
    In electronics a notch filter is just a notch filter. You cannot remove the R component completely.
    05-01-2017, 10:37 AM
  • Chris Roemer
    Reply to Smallest 40Hz sub I've simulated... 'Microdot'
    Chris Roemer
    In 2.5L, that W5 using a pair of those PRs, needs about 90g of mass added. +3dB louder @ 40Hz, but +6dB louder overall (@40w). SEEMs doable, if you can...
    04-15-2017, 10:51 AM
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