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    I was just given a Audio Source home theater powerd subwoofer. It is a 12 inch version and the sub is a daul voice coil sub.
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    Audio Source
    Modle SWFour This hear is the sub and modle
    Powerd Subwoofer number which is located on the

    back of the subwoofer
    The internal vas is about 1.1cu and it has 2 3X5" ports. Im looking for an inexspensive sub repacment or exact replacment sub. any input would be greate.

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    Re: Need a Replacment Subwoofer


    > I was just given a Audio Source home theater
    > powerd subwoofer. It is a 12 inch version
    > and the sub is a daul voice coil sub.
    > ---
    > Audio Source
    > Modle SWFour This hear is the sub and modle
    > Powerd Subwoofer number which is located on
    > the

    > back of the subwoofer
    > The internal vas is about 1.1cu and it has 2
    > 3X5" ports. Im looking for an
    > inexspensive sub repacment or exact
    > replacment sub. any input would be greate.

    Dayton's 12"DVC (non-shielded) should work in a CLOSED 1.3 cf box. Close up your ports and stuff the box with polyfill and it'll be equivalent to 1.3 cf.

    If your volume and port assessments are correct (and your "ports" have no depth, meaning they're just the baffle thickness deep - 3/4"?) then that box is tuned to about 140 Hz. Too small a box (for most any 12" driver) and too high a tuning for anything that I'd consider a sub.

    If you meant that it has 2 ports that are 3" in dia. and 5" long, THEN it is tuned to 69 Hz; again, not what I'd consider a sub.

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      Are you sure it's the driver and not the amp that's bad?

      Noidster


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      Last edited by thenoid; 08-31-2011, 11:06 AM.

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