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Isobaric sub based on Pyle PLPW15d
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Old 7th October 2020, 07:15 PM   #11
kipman725 is offline kipman725  United Kingdom
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Hornresp record (with pyle driver) and sketchup 2017 model of the box attached. Also did a quick sim with a single RCF driver and it looks fine. Voltages are 2.83V on the RCF and 4V on the Pyle for standard 1W/1M. Even with this the single RCF driver is more sensitive than the isobaric pair of pyle drivers.
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Old 9th October 2020, 05:57 PM   #12
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thanks for the informative answer.


sketchup would be much appreciated


so many intresting designs out there, and such a hard decision which one to build.


yeah the pa will be my winter project, lets hope that next year all those sad speakers in lockdown, will get more more playtime



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Old 16th October 2020, 04:38 AM   #13
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Very interested to see the final result.

Any warnings? I’ve considered this alignment w/a different driver in a smaller closure for HT use

Thanks tony
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Old 16th October 2020, 11:56 AM   #14
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It mostly behaves as a ported box with a bit more output in the upper bass, the isobaric mounting is to overcome the weak motor force of the car audio drivers. So beyond the usual considerations of ported boxes no warnings needed.
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Old 17th October 2020, 10:12 PM   #15
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I have something similar, I simmed it as a single on the right in BP parallel6, and the isobaric on the left using compound horn. I have both at Xmax (off by one a tiny bit favoring the isobaric input power on accident...).

It seems consistent with the assumption the amp will allow the parallel wiring of the isobaric?
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