L volume bass reflex cabinet with 2x HP reflex tube, 9 cm long. from 36/ 30 Hz (-3dB/-8dB). beyma 15LX60 V2 order no. bylxv2 EUR ,00 excl. User review from ecce48 about Beyma 15LX ca tape drive!!. Beyma 15LX Resonant Frequency, fs 35 Hz. D.C. Voice Coil Resistance, Re ohms. Mechanical Quality Factor, Qms Electrical.
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Basically the horn just adds a bit of gain from around 80 to Hz, the cab will produce notes above and below these frequencies, just at a lower volume.
Was just offering what info I have gleaned from this site and others. I have spent hours upon hours trying to find cheap woofers for the plans.
Mechanical Quality Factor, Qms 8. I had to ask myself this question. Forum Permissions You cannot post new 15lx660 in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.
The PD is considered to be a great driver in these and the LX60 looks better in a lot of areas. Displacement Volume, Vd cm. And if you look, i’m asking because of lack of availability rather than price – i’ve got no problem sticking my hand in my pocket deep though they are! Pulling stuff out the FAQ: Effective Surface Area, Sd m 2 0.
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Voice Coil Resistance, Re 5. I am with the understanding that if you build these plans with the recommended speakers that are given that you will not only have great speakers, but you will have great speakers you will be proud to say “Yeah, I built these”. If I have offended anyone, it was not my intention. That said, the rule of thump was below 0.
Yeah, but its not strictly a horn is it, that’s why i’m curious, and the LX series are supposed to be good in BP boxes. Nah, i’m just being stupid really, i’d like to keep them all the same loading and i do love the PD’s. What about the MaxPro drivers from Nightfire they usually have similar specs to the PD’s you can probably find a useable 15″ there, thats what I’m aiming for when I finally build some ‘s, they seem to be close to the PD line, at least the 18″‘s do.
Has anyone tried this or modelled it? Suck it and see when it’s close I suppose. Below the horn cutoff most of these short horns will still produce a useful output down to the cutoff point of the sealed box. Just perhaps not the most suited to the box which is why i asked.
When the horn is less than 5. The way I see it is by building my own cabs, I can spend my money on components A short folded horn with horn length of around 85 cm and a mouth area of sq cm, so a horn with veyma 85 Hz cutoff quarter space will sound really hard with high EBP drivers in them. Or is everyone trying to build speakers of bemya own, trying to do it cheaper rather than better?
Whats the rule a true horn has to be at least a quarter of the lowest wavelength it’s trying to produce path length from driver to mouth I think. Lucky you have long arms then This is just my opinion and my bfyma time. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You beymx vote in polls in this forum. With short folded horns, or bandpass horns like the HD15 the effect is even more pronounced.
Hd15 – Beyma 15LX60 loading
Below the horn cutoff most of these short horns will still produce a useful output down to the cutoff point of the sealed box So it looks like there may be some middle ground, but the Beyman may bey,a be in it. Probably, but then there’s the whole, it’s not really a horn, it’s a horn bandpass cab. Thanks for your time Rastaman. Just curious, but you’re in the US too, where PD drivers are very hard beymz come by, almost all the Speakerplan designs have a PD driver as their first choice, so what do you use instead?
Drivers like the PD will work in a short folded horn because the cab is not really a horn.
Hey don’t take my word for it, it’s not like I’ve ever built them yet. For the driver to be properly loaded by a horn means a horn length of over 5. Do I want cheap speakers which I have bought and have blown.
This page was generated in 0. Or do you import PD drivers? You want a driver with a low resonance a powerful motor system and good damping, the PD has all of these.