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Old 23rd January 2021, 07:56 AM   #11
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Dayton 15" IB in W-baffle
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Originally Posted by norman bates View Post
Well, i bet you will need bass boost to get down there.

Not many infintite baffle / open baffle fans here.

I had a qts .4 12" with fs of 50hz in an open baffle with 2' deep wings.
A buddy here tested his of same dimensions and the math worked out.
Dip 280hz, peak at 140hz, then rolling off below that.

I know it is not what you are asking, but my rip buddy wanted to try those 2 drivers in a bandpass......
I'll have to learn spkr-design SW.
I am decent at KiCad and LTSpice but have no real experience with spkr-design.
Thanks for the suggestion
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