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    Posted: 23 July 2014 at 7:39pm
hi all    any plans  for  some  g subs    with  18 sound  18lw1250    i have  couple of this drivers  and  want   to  use  them   in some nice project   thanks to all  there  is  parameters 


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Nominal Diameter 460mm(18 in)
Rated Impedance 8Ohm
AES Power 1000W
ProgramPower 1400W
Peak Power 7000W
Sensitivity 98 dB
Frequency Range 35 - 3500 Hz
Power Compression @-10dB 0,7 dB
Power Compression @-3dB 1,6 dB
Power Compression @Full Power 2,6 dB
Max Recomm.Frequency 500 Hz
Recomm. Enclosure Volume 120 ÷ 350 lt. (4,24 ÷ 12,36 cuft)
MinimumImpedance 6,4Ohmat 25°C
Max Peak To Peak Excursion 36mm(1,42 in
Voice Coil Diameter 100mm(4 in)
Voice CoilWindingMaterial copper
Suspension M-roll. Polycotton
Cone Curvilinear, Paper
Thiele Small Parameters
Fs 35 Hz
Re 5Ohm
Sd 0,1134 sq.mt. (175,7 sq.in.)
Qms 8
Qes 0,28
Qts 0,27
Vas 268 lt. (9,47 cuft)
Mms 142 gr. (0,31 lb)
BL 23,6 Tm
LinearMathematical Xmax ± 9mm(±0,35 in)
Le (1kHz) 2,73mH
Ref. Efficiency 1W@1m(halfspace) 98 dB


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote djeddie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 July 2014 at 8:56pm
Stick all the info into WinISD (a totally free download) and see what you get. Change the cab volume if needed until you achieve a perfect box for the drivers.
Chas n Dave : it's like Drum and Bass but with beards.

E=mc² ±3dB
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mm  its not working on mac  :(
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Originally posted by stanley dj stanley dj wrote:

mm  its not working on mac  :(

In that case... ISD Online!!!
Chas n Dave : it's like Drum and Bass but with beards.

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Should work as-is, with a bit of EQ.
The combination of quite high Le and lowish Qts means there will be a steady increase in sensitivity as frequency increases which will throw off your crossover point if you don't correct it, and it'll take a little boost near Fb to stretch the low end a little.
Yellow is unprocessed, Blue has the following:
PEQ: 230Hz, -3dB Q 0.6
LPF: 100Hz Butt24
HPF: 32.7Hz Butt24
PEQ: 37.8Hz +2dB Q 3

Both have power set to keep excursion at or below Xmax within the passband, the processed one also keeps it below Xmax at all frequencies, unprocessed it exceeds Xmax at all frequencies below 33Hz. 


Edit - resized image to be clearer


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Originally posted by DMorison DMorison wrote:

Should work as-is, with a bit of EQ.
The combination of quite high Le and lowish Qts means there will be a steady increase in sensitivity as frequency increases which will throw off your crossover point if you don't correct it, and it'll take a little boost near Fb to stretch the low end a little.
Yellow is unprocessed, Blue has the following:
PEQ: 230Hz, -3dB Q 0.6
LPF: 100Hz Butt24
HPF: 32.7Hz Butt24
PEQ: 37.8Hz +2dB Q 3


PS you can save a few milliseconds off the group delay from all that processing by using a higher frequency, lower order HPF and more boost on the 2nd PEQ to compensate:

HPF: 41.2Hz Butt12
PEQ: 37.8Hz +4.5dB, Q 2.5

HTH,
David.
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wow   how u do this  ?  :D
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Originally posted by stanley dj stanley dj wrote:

wow   how u do this  ?  :D

Proper version of WinISD (ie not the really basic online version) on a proper computer Wink
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u r genius   :D  thank u 
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Originally posted by stanley dj stanley dj wrote:

mm  its not working on mac  :(


use WINE....
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Originally posted by bob4 bob4 wrote:

Originally posted by stanley dj stanley dj wrote:

mm  its not working on mac  :(


use WINE....

...or VODKA... wine hurts your kidneys in the morning! Lol
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Brothers who has a project (a exact the sizes, a photo) on SEEBURG acoustic line G Sub, send please ( ibm-studio@mail.md ) or lay out here, I will pay that who will draw the exact project





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