2 10" MTX thunder 5000 Need help with a box
I need some idés !
I have 2 10 MTX thunder 5000 and 2*80 Wrms in 4 ohm.
How can i use it the best way ?
MTX thunder 5000
also a need some ide´s on a SPL Box with 2*160 wrms on 2 10" MTX thunder 5000
I have 60*70*40 CM to play with.
Free Air Resonance Fs 33.4 Hz
Volume Acoustic Suspension Vas 1.42 Ft^3 (40.2 l)
Total Q Qts .54
Electrical Q Qes .56
Mechanical Q Qms 14.02
DC Resistance Re 3.21 Ohm
Linear Excursion (One Way) Xmax .37” (9.4 mm)
Effective Piston Diameter D 8.350” (.2121 m)
RMS Power Handling RMS 250 Watts
Total Power Handling Total 500 Watts
Sensitivity 1W/1m SPLo 87.0 dB
Reference Efficiency No 0.26%
Frequency Response 33 -150 Hz
Voice Coil Inductance Le 2.4 mH
Gap Height .312” (7.9 mm)
Voice Coil Height .961” (24.4 mm)
Motor Force BL 10.91 Tm
Compliance Cms .229 mm/N
Total Moving Mass Mms 99.0 g
Moving Mass of Driver Mmd 95.2 g
Suspension Losses Rms 1.48
Effective Surface Area Sd 54.8 in^2 (.0353m^2)
Mounting Diameter 9 1/16” (230.2 mm)
Overall Diameter 10 5/16” (261.9 mm)
Mounting Depth 5 1/16” (128.6 mm)
Overall Depth 5 1/2 ” (139.7 mm)
Speaker Displacement (Inside Box) 140in^2 (2.3 l)
Speaker Displacement (Outside Box) 105in^2 (1.7 l)
Search the internet for WinISD, download that and see what box it recommends. It might have MTX subs in it already, otherwise, put all those parameters to use :)
I had these same exact speakers, and I had a friend custom build boxes for me. Reply to this message if you want me to post a pic of them for ya. The boxes fit perfectly behind my seats in a 95 GMC Sonoma (regular cab / not extended).
I just got a 99 Dodge Dakota extended cab, so I want to buy an MTX ThunderForm to mount the speakers under my back seats.
I'm trying to sell them right now anyway, so let me know if you're interested in them.
It looks like those are fairly easy to work with...
A sealed box in the 30-80 liter range (total volume, for both woofers) should work nicely.
Lean toward the 30-40 liter size for more exxagerated bass output and better power handling, at the expense of sounding a little boomy.
For more precise bass, lean toward the 60-80 liter range.
Experiment with various amounts of stuffing. Typically, enclosures that are small for a given woofer will benefit from generous stuffing, while larger boxes just need a good lining of the walls.
Whatever you decide -I highly recommend strong, liberal internal bracing to keep the enclosure rigid. And seal all joints with silicone, etc to keep it airtight.
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