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Daveis 16th August 2007 02:25 AM

DAYTON RSS315HF-4 12" sealed box size?
 
What's the best sealed box size for the DAYTON RSS315HF-4 12" ???

Anyone have specs suitable for plugging into the Unibox speadsheet?

JasonB 16th August 2007 05:06 AM

2 cubic feet with some fill is a popular choice. Here are the specs you need for Unibox. The only one missing is nominal power and that one is up to you.

Fs 24.74
Re 3.30
Qms 2.81
Qes 0.53
Sd 490.0
Vas 77.5
Xmax peak 14.00
(Le) 0.96
(Le2) 0.00
(Re2) 0.00

Jason

Daveis 17th August 2007 12:33 AM

thanks...

I will have to see what F3 Unibox predicts for this driver in a 2-3 cu foot box. I really like the value of these reference series woofers from Dayton. I was at a local audio store listening to some B&W subs and thought how much better my own Dayton's sounded.


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