Originally Posted by CousinVin
That Dayton would be nice. I've heard good things about their HO series.
And I don't know, nice clean power? I don't want to blow the thing. I want to hit it with clean power, and a lot of it. Plus, all those amps are only $200. an AP would be 150?
Have fun man. That stuff all in good condition. and I babied that sub. It was lucky to get 1k. I probably never even gave it that much. Low gain and low HU settings.
Whatever floats your boat. I'm using two SA8-v2's on the 15001D and it has worked great for me so far.
And I've decided to do an extremely budget build for a subwoofer for my computer sound system instead of that Dayton HO. I messed around with a couple Goldwood GW-406D subwoofers with my Jeep (before the SA8's), so I have a couple of those lying around. They're $15 subs but sounded fine in my Jeep and should do find for what I want them to here. Ordered the Dayton 25w plate amp from parts-express and I'm looking at box designs right now.
I do have one question though... everytime I model these particular woofers in WinISD, it suggests a 2cu/ft enclosure PER subwoofer (tuned to around 38hz). That size seems absolutely ridiculous considering they're only 6.5" subwoofers. Would there be a drawback to me making this enclosure so large, or will I be fine?
Link to subwoofer for reference
EDIT: Their frequency response is only down to 59hz. I might just throw them in a sealed box until I can get another decent subwoofer to replace them.