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Old 15th October 2007, 05:04 AM   #1
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Unhappy Davis SCA10W but no ideas....

So i ordered two but found out i got the last one and had to sub out the other for another driver.
The specs are;
Impedance : 6 Ohms
Sensitivity : 92 dB
Fs : 28
Re : 5.96 Res : 34.32
Qms : 2.23 Qes : 0.39
Qts: 0.33 BL : 10.08
Xmax : 8 Cms : 712
Mms : 30.9 Vas : 109
Aire : 330 L : 0.53

and i cant do any thing that every one dose. so this is the problem. I've done sealed, ported, T-line, and horn load. I don't want to do horn sub due to size. don't want sealed, want more... well more. don't want ported.... its to "normal". so this leaves me with a TL, I've done it but i have a neat idea. Is there any off the wall stuff I'm missing, before i go and make yet another TL? don't get me wrong i love them but i want something new.

It will be paired with a set of double horn loaded 5" mids and vifa tweet's good for 55-22k hz. in a mid size living room. don't need LOUD just 91dB norm. GIVE ME IDEAS!
and no OB please.
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