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tade 2nd March 2005 06:19 AM

Full range drivers.
 
I would like to build a full range single driver speaker. i want to spend a very low amount of money on this as well. preferably under 100 dollars for a pair of drivers. can someone suggest a nice pair and a nice box design? I was looking into a rear loaded bass horn, i like my bass.
Thanks

Nanook 2nd March 2005 07:46 AM

$100 drivers..
 
need efficiency? what amp, how much power?

what use? as a 2 channel audio setup or computer speaker set up?

planet10 2nd March 2005 07:58 AM

There is a good selection of Fostex.

You will find that none of these go really low, and unless you can accomodate a REALLY LARGE horn 60-80 Hz is as low as you will get... quality can be awesome thou.

FE103 in a Bucshorn II... FE126....

dave

DonJuan 2nd March 2005 10:45 AM

hi!

you can also consider coral flat 6s.

92db/8ohm.

http://diyparadise.com/drivers.html

donjuan

Josephjcole 2nd March 2005 01:34 PM

For a hundred dollars a pair it does seem like you will have trouble getting a high quality driver that is also able to pump out the bass. If you really want your bass I would go for this one:
http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=290-045
Something like the fostex 126 would definatly be quality, but may or may not meet you bass needs.
Joe

TG 2nd March 2005 02:59 PM

Another driver to consider is Monacor SP-200X

http://monacor.com/int/en/produktsei...pr=EN&typ=full

Suggested box design is something like this:
http://melhuish.org/audio/DIYBX8.html
(and the tweeter is not necessary, BTW)


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