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mbcouple 11th August 2004 03:53 PM

Illusion Audio 10's for use in home system? Spec insde.
I am am illusion audio guy when it comes to car audio, i have almost ever single one of their drivers. I have a surplus of nd10 speakers. They are a 10" shallow mount carbon fiber coned driver with a front mounted neomidium magnet. Here are the correct and accurate specs not found on the web (illusions website has the wrong specs listed)

Recomended sealed enclosure .9cu ft
Mounting depth 2.9"
Weight 10lbs
range 32hz-500hz

(E) 250w
(SPL) 94.5db
(RE) 4
(Fs) 36.92
(Qms) 4.58
(Vas) 68.73l
(Cms) 369.33 um/n
(Mms) 50.38g
(Xmax 10%) .942"
(D) 8.45"
(Sd) .0362sq m
(Qts) .373
(Qes) .406
(Re) 3.6
(Bl) 9.3 TM

How do you think these would work as either a woofer or subwoofer in a home enviornment. I just hate to see them sitting there.

planet10 11th August 2004 06:37 PM

Re: Illusion Audio 10's for use in home system? Spec insde.

Originally posted by mbcouple
(Fs) 36.92
(Qts) .373
Should work fine as a woofer... they would be a bit challenged to get into subwoofer territory... if you have lots maybe a pr of push-push, push-pull ML-TL woofers (you might have to worry about the neo magnets heating up in this arrangement -- but the line for 4 woofers in this config would be the same size as if you were using only 1 (ie this config uses 4 woofers per side)

Might be better to play it safe, and just build a push-push pair (box size will double over above, but the magnets would be exposed to cooling air and you'd move the same amount of air.


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