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Old 9th January 2004, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default Move Over LAB 12, Here Comes Its Little Brother........

HL 10 A


fs = 32 Hz
Re = 5.36
Le = 3.51 mH
Qes = 0.29
Qms = 9.9
Qts = 0.28
VAS = 29.2 Liters
Cms = 0.18 mm/N
BL = 22.6 Telsa Meters
Mms = 136 grams
Rms = 2.71N*sec/M
EBP = 111.5
Xmax = 11.1mm
Xmech = 36 mm
Sd = 334.5 cm
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do you mean that this sub is built by eminence and is just a 10" version of the Lab12....Lab10??? or is it a driver you have found that models very similar to the lab12?
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do you mean that this sub is built by eminence and is just a 10" version of the Lab12....Lab10???




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who makes the driver?
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From the Eminence website:
http://www.eminence.com/eminence/pag...newfor2004.htm

"We are also now offering a 10" version of the LAB12 called the HL-10A. This speaker is great for horn-loaded applications."
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If you look at the specs of the HL-10A, you realize that you can go down to 32 Hz in a ported one cubic foot box. That is very impressive output for such a small enclosure.
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you realize that you can go down to 32 Hz in a ported one cubic foot box
inefficient woofer + PR needed ?

32hz with 1 cubic ft =smoke stack ports

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it seems to need a large horn-i dont like it.

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inefficient woofer + PR needed ?
Plugged numbers into Bullock and White's DOS BOXMODEL. Those Thiele-Small numbers add up to a senstivity of of 87.1@1W/1M. Not bad at all.


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32hz with 1 cubic ft =smoke stack ports
PR would be helpful. Might be fun calculating how much space the port for a Ported Box would take up.
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Using a 4" diameter port, should be 29".

The port would take up less than a quarter cubic foot.

Pipe resonances might be a problem-don't know.
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