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Old 7th August 2012, 10:11 AM   #1
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Ive just got hold of a Hybrid 12H400 12" Bass Speaker.
It really looks and feels like a stunning speaker.

Only specs I have are:
12" Di-cast
8R
400W (AES)
100mm VC
100 Oz Magnet
97dB 2.83V @ 1m
30 - 2900 Hz

I don't have a box to put it in, so Its DIY time
I want it in a relatively small box, I think I'll use MDF.

Ive attached a pic from the internet of the type of box Im thinkning of.
But I dont know what dimentions, bracing, Port placement and length etc

It would really be helpful if someone could help with this.

Its use will be for a Bass guitar or bass bin for vocal performances,
A present for my sister who sings at events. ( She already has two full range PA speakers).

I only want to use one speaker to save space,

Regards
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Old 8th August 2012, 06:15 AM   #2
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Ive just got hold of a Hybrid 12H400 12" Bass Speaker.
It really looks and feels like a stunning speaker.

Only specs I have are:
12" Di-cast
8R
400W (AES)
100mm VC
100 Oz Magnet
97dB 2.83V @ 1m
30 - 2900 Hz

I don't have a box to put it in, so Its DIY time
I want it in a relatively small box, I think I'll use MDF.

Ive attached a pic from the internet of the type of box Im thinkning of.
But I dont know what dimentions, bracing, Port placement and length etc

It would really be helpful if someone could help with this.

Its use will be for a Bass guitar or bass bin for vocal performances,
A present for my sister who sings at events. ( She already has two full range PA speakers).

I only want to use one speaker to save space,

Regards
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Old 19th August 2012, 03:22 PM   #3
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its a beyma, not sure which 1 but it is a beyma
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Old 25th August 2012, 12:00 PM   #4
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After some google I got to this website
12LX60V2 - Beyma 12 inch low frequency loudspeaker 700W - Europe Audio
http://profesional.beyma.com/pdf/12LX60V2E.pdf
Looks similar but 700W where mine is 400W but similar physical size and magnet size.
Ill give Beyma a E-mail and maybe they can advise.

Thanks

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Old 26th August 2012, 06:58 AM   #5
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i know the owners of hybrid, and they only use beyma and now they distributors for D.A.S as well
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