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Old 14th September 2006, 01:41 AM   #1
kyrie48 is offline kyrie48  United States
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Default Pioneer A38GU40 or A30IR50 sub?

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I've already planned on a 4-way system with Audax AP130MO, HP100MO, and NOS Audax/Polydax DTW100SP25BA 1" domes, but am still looking for the sub driver. I'm fairly sure the Pioneer 15" A38GU40-52F-Q or 12" A30IR50-51F would work very well with the Audax, but I've never heard these particular models. Anyone heard either, and what can you say about their sound quality and performance?

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Old 18th September 2006, 08:53 PM   #2
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something about pioneer drivers, i really like. Paper cones, so its well damped and has a smooth HF roloff, and very functional looking.

are you doing a passive crossover? if you are i would HIGHLY suggst you move to a 3 way, even 3 way passives are a pain, but 4 way? thats active territory!
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Old 18th September 2006, 09:43 PM   #3
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While I've not heard any of the pioneer models.. their Vas is high requireing a very large volume, and their linear excursion is pretty low.

Of the pioneer grouping I actually like spec's on the 10 inch pro model better - eff. with a low fs.. good for a bass reflex design with a low freq. (high pass) cut filter. Because of the higher eff. (especially for a 10 incher) - it prob. has a very high force factor in comparison to the moving mass (..which tends to give a more detailed, dynamic, and punchy sound).

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Old 22nd September 2006, 01:26 AM   #4
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Just got back home today, sorry for the late response. Yes I'll be using an active x-over, I have several amps/multi-channel amps, and 4-way passive would be "way over my head".

A large Vas driver is actually what I'm looking for, thinking about trying a TL with a higher sensitivity/low Xmax driver. The two should combine to make both detailed and strong bass! Thanks for your help!

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