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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote UpComingSound Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2017 at 5:50pm
what about the the B&C 18DS115 work in scoops and which one
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Depends on processing capabilities of your system. As long as impedance and Fs of the driver is suited, and motor force with available cone excursion is high, it will do. Or rather it can be "bent" to provide you good performance. I'd recommend this driver for almost everything from 35Hz upwards.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote RealitySound Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2017 at 11:51pm
Very impressive looking driver (ADDED TO LIST)

When you gonna send me some $$ mate ?
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what about the 18hw1070 in scoop any of u guys try it ? what size chamber would u guys recommend ??
www.usspeaker.com/faital%20pro%2018HW1070-1.htm
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Hi, could someone please give me a suggestion on what would be the minimum gap/clearance size between magnet assembly of a Nd driver and front chamber's rear wall? Is the efficient cooling of coil the main concern or are there some other factors to be worried about?
Maybe someone has tested this already, which would save me some precious time. I'm looking for safe long-term operation.
Taking the SuperScooper plan and suggested PD1850 driver as a reference, there is 45 mm gap.
My question is, if 20 mm gap and Nd driver would do the job as well.
Thanks for you opinion!
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i was always go with minimum 20mm after experience , i had drivers with a 8mm gap once and the metal grill on the front of the cab heated up !!!! power compression massive!!!!
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Originally posted by Crashpc Crashpc wrote:

Depends on processing capabilities of your system. As long as impedance and Fs of the driver is suited, and motor force with available cone excursion is high, it will do. Or rather it can be "bent" to provide you good performance. I'd recommend this driver for almost everything from 35Hz upwards.


what u mean by processin cap? and with "bent"

thanks

as told allready many times 18sw115 (same spider for ds) won't fit in normal size scoop, is too deep u need to have a deep front chamber... possible but not for plans like super scoop!


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I mostly mean, that nowadays, worse natural frequency response is not an issue anymore. With enough processing capabilities and good speaker specs, you can straighten many "issues" with close to no punishment to it. That way I rather prefer stronger motor speakers, and compensate later.
I´m not sure about physical dimensions though. That is another story...
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Hello i have a question 

I have 2 x eighteen sound 18nlw9400
I wantl to do 2 scoops 
Is compatible? 
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Hello.

Yes, that is possoble with this kind of speaker.
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Originally posted by Crashpc Crashpc wrote:

Hello.

Yes, that is possoble with this kind of speaker.

What insulation is put inside?
How thick?
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you mean padding?
It depends. The box will work without it, yet it is better to add padding in there to dampen some peaks.
I recommend some kind of wool. For scoops more than less, lets say 3" thick inside the chamber after fastening. Not much pressed...
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