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Old 30th July 2011, 08:36 AM   #1
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i've just got the jbl fullrange. and here is the specs 8130h the first i think to design v pipe. but now still don't sure with any box. all friends help me think that ill go?

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That speaker is designed mainly for paging and background music. It's often used with a transformer to utilize the 70/25v output off of a pa amp. You can remove the transformer and use a regular amp, but I wouldn't expect great results. With an fs of 105 hz, it's going to need some help in the bass department. Your best option would probably be open baffle with a helper woofer.
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Old 30th July 2011, 06:22 PM   #3
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thanks bob ill try to build v pipe. and listen it if its poor bass. ill try to consider about the sub again. it's a pa driver ,i wouldn't expect a good result with it too much. but only hope that may make me enjoy the music, sometime diy can make me happy more than anything else.
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Old 31st July 2011, 03:11 PM   #4
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Box wise from published specs, it ideally wants to 'feel' either a ~44 Hz BLH or OB and wide BW 'helper' woofer with a ~250 Hz XO, so a compromise would be a ~22 Hz BIB pipe horn and hope the room loads it down enough to protect the driver when driven down into the low 40s.

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OB should be interesting with such a high Qts...
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Old 31st July 2011, 03:43 PM   #6
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In what way? With a 250 Hz XO it's rolled off below its mass corner rendering its medium high Q moot.

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Maybe a lower XO can be used with that sort of high Qts...
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Old 19th August 2011, 08:54 PM   #8
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Box wise from published specs, it ideally wants to 'feel' either a ~44 Hz BLH or OB and wide BW 'helper' woofer with a ~250 Hz XO, so a compromise would be a ~22 Hz BIB pipe horn and hope the room loads it down enough to protect the driver when driven down into the low 40s.

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Thankz! my fa..fat..fat..ther,i come too late because have a lot of design PA horn speaker. i did a lot of plans as a same time until was sick.Click the image to open in full size.

i think u're fine and your heath is good. jbl still don't do. Gm i fine Penton SP8053 in thailand . it's quite cheap. i think ill try. and about the sub i see this XCV 1200
from utube wow! love it i like the light of leds. sorry no has dealer in thailand. and agian i see the FR10 HM
in thailand, it's not expensive. i thing to buy all. if visaton fullrange works like satellite sp in ht. hope that works fine? GM any comment? thanks again for all.
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