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Old 17th November 2008, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default Fullrange in 23 l / 0,81 cu ft

Hello...

I have a cabinet with 23 liters vol. and I want to use it with a fullranger...any ideas?
No Tang Band!!! I used them and I want to try something new

Thanx
Martin

I guess both Fostexdrivers...the FE127E and the FE167E could work properly
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Old 17th November 2008, 03:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: Fullrange in 23 l / 0,81 cu ft

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Hello...

I have a cabinet with 23 liters vol. and I want to use it with a fullranger...any ideas?
No Tang Band!!! I used them and I want to try something new

Thanx
Martin

I guess both Fostexdrivers...the FE127E and the FE167E could work properly

Of the 2 of those, I'd suggest the FE167E - the factory recommended design is only 15 liters and works OK, but it works far better in a larger, resistively vented box.
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Old 18th November 2008, 11:05 AM   #3
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Hello Chris...

yes...the 167E is a Driver, I#m very interested in.
But so is the 127E
Of course the 127E is not made for lowest frequencies.
But I won't here leoud with this Speakers...ok...not very loud!

I simulated with BassCAD. Maybe not the best software but for free...and of course I took the official Fostex-TSP whitch are known for beeing questionable...at least!

FE 127 E:
23 l
1,5 seriesresistance
tuned to 51 Hz

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FE 167 E:
23l
0,5 seriesresistance
tuned tu 59 Hz

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Old 19th November 2008, 06:43 AM   #4
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I've been meaning to start getting this data up for a bit... so here is a start with data from a sample of 18 FE167

http://www.planet10-hifi.com/measured.html

Your cab is suitable for FE167.

Sweet spot for FE127 is about 13 litres

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Old 19th November 2008, 07:00 AM   #5
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Whow...thank you!!!
What a difference!

If I take the average datas I get a 37 l cab with a f3 of 48 Hz!!!
Is this realistic?
Because If it is...i gonna take my FE207E out of my 35 l cab and put them into the 23 l where they should fit better with less bass.
Then I could put the FE167E into the big ones and have fun

martin
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Old 20th November 2008, 12:42 AM   #6
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The recommended cabinet for the 167 is is great for HT when the DSP cuts them off at 100Hz and passes everything lower to the sub, but it is very poor as a stand alone cabinet. I like ~25l for 167 and 35l for the 207. I doubt that the 207 will be very happy in 23l. Also don't expect to go real low with a 167 in a BR. Much below 60Hz with any meaningful SPL is probably unrealistic.

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