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Old 27th August 2012, 12:22 AM   #1
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Default How to roll off LF on B&C 12-inch woofer

Using the well regarded B&C PE32 12-inch woofer in a mid-bass application with my Stereolabs horns.

B&C 12 PE32 is a 12" high efficiency mid-bass woofer - B&C Speakers - B&C 12" high efficiency mid-bass speaker for 2 or 3-way systems. B&C 12 PE32 high efficiency mid-bass speakers available now.

Aim is to run this driver from 80Hz to 500Hz in a sealed box, approx 60 Liters (2.2 cubic foot).

Will use separate amp to set volume for the driver.

I have coils to take care of the top end, eg 500Hz.

What's the best way to manage the LF below 80Hz....? The Thiele-Small specs refer to a coil inductance of 1.2mH...is this related to the low pass?

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Andrew.
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