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Old 1st December 2015, 02:36 PM   #1
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I've got a parts-express 250 watt plate amp and I currently have two of MCM's popular 8" drivers I play around with and use for subs (individually). One is sealed, the other is in a vented box. They work ok, but I'm looking for something more authoritative. The top end is a variety of full range drivers from Tang Band, Faital Pro, and Dayton that I play around with. What driver would you recommend for say $100 to $150 to build a better I found this, looked promising: Beyma Speakers - Beyma 12BR70 speaker - Beyma 12BR70 250 watt 12" woofer for all hi-fi and studio monitor bass speakers. Beyma 12BR70 and other Beyma 12" speakers here.

Thanks for the help
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Old 2nd December 2015, 04:51 PM   #2
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You can make a sealed 60L for it. Make it bigger should be fine and smaller for a Linkwitz Transform. It's a good driver for 1/4waves and (big) sealed speakers. You have on the safe side ~92dB/2.83V/MM in 2*Pi space.
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