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Old 7th January 2010, 02:48 PM   #1
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Hi all.

I have this drivers. I want to build a cabinet for this drivers.
How much litres ? Wich tweeter and crossover.

I need help.

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Old 9th January 2010, 10:30 AM   #2
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T/S parameters for the drive is as follows:

Name: LE111A
Type: Standard one-way driver
Company: JBL Professional Division
No. of Drivers = 1
Fs = 25, Hz
Qms = 6,
Vas = 111,9 liters
Xmax = 6,096 mm
Sd = 316,1 sq.cm
Qes = 0,18
Re = 5,7 ohms
Le = 1,5 mH
Z = 8, ohms
Pe = 75, watts

Box Properties
Name: JBLLE11A
Type: Vented Box
Shape: Prism, square (optimum)
Vb = 17,03 liters
Fb = 40,85 Hz
QL = 7,
F3 = 81,36 Hz
Fill = minimal
No. of Vents = 1
Vent shape = round
Vent ends = one flared
Dv = 80, mm
Lv = 485,5 mm
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