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Re: Porting midbass
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Do not attempt to use HAT L6se in small sealed enclosures. They are designed for infinite baffle (or at very minimum LARGE enclosures). You will not get the response you are looking for there. Either cut vents to allow them to breathe to outside, or choose a different driver for that application.
Another option to consider for sub is the Dayton HO10 or HO12. Both are quite good in (very small) ported enclosures.
Dayton HO 10 or 12 6.5" driver? Haven't seen that one. I model half a dozen 6.5" drivers that would handle the power I have planned and the HAT looked ok (plus I already have them...). What makes them unacceptable? I'm open to alternate drivers. Sitting on a shelf, I also have Faital Pro (6FE100), Rainbox Profi Kickbass, JL C2, and PHD 6.1 Pro. I'd rather use something I have (obviously...), but if there's something that's head-and-shoulders better, I'm in.
05 Lotus Elise: Pioneer DEH-80PRS, Minidsp, HAT L6SE, Morel Virtus 402, Dayton 10" HO sealed, NVX VAD10005
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