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Old 3rd April 2003, 10:42 PM   #1
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Default Best 10" woof Question

Looking for best 10" woofer to be used to aid a "full renge" driver with some 92dB sesitivity.

The driver would be low passed initialy with first order so I'm looking for something well behaved at crossing point, aprox 120Hz.

Aligment will be TL or BR

Paper cone preffered and budget around $120 - 150 each.

Any suggestions?
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Old 4th April 2003, 02:22 PM   #2
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10inch with 92db!

your asking the almost impossible! Lol

peerless has some nice inefficient subs..
try eminence.

i dont know any others. :-S

what sort of bass are you looking for 40hz /?,that mite help ppl know one.
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I suggest you look into using multiple drivers. But hey, what do I know?
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Old 4th April 2003, 05:57 PM   #4
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Default 10" high efficiency drivers...

If you haven't seen them yet you might take a look at the drivers from eminence. From a brief perusal it looks like everything they make is more efficient than 92db, some much higher. They have drivers w/paper cones from 8 to 18" and the guys at adire audio have them as well as parts express.

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Thanks to all for the advice.

Stuart,

I'll have a look to those Eminence drivers, I think have a late catalog from them.

Thanks again!!!
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AFAIK the Focal polyglass 10" is pretty efficient. But it won't go deeper than 40Hz in a ported box. That's the price you pay...
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