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  • Tangband w3-881sjf

    Hi everyone, i have the tangband w3-881sjf. I want to use it for my portable boombox but came to the conclusion that low bass let the speaker exceed his xmax by 6 times.

    Now i want to cut off the frequencys below 100 hz and if possible also use crossover at 8000hz to use a tweeter. The reason i want to cut it off that low is because my subwoofer don't play nice above 120hz.

    I use a 2.1 amplifierboard (tpa3116d2). Does anyone have suggestions???

    Greetings

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    • #3
      Thanks!

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      • #4
        It LOOKs like those exceed their Xmax (0.5mm) w/just ONE watt by the time they get down to 200 Hz.
        Do you have them in a tiny (0.03cf) closed box? THAT should roll them off below 200.

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