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Default Beyma 8MC500ND, 8MC300ND

Are these good drivers to match HLCD ? Little pricey but have great spec. Compare to 8G40, they have Neodymium and handle more power, specially 8MC500ND 500W AES (8G40 250W). Xmax is close but Xdamage is higher at 42mm peak to peak (8G40 23mm). Depth is nearly the same 100mm to 96mm.

How does 8MC500ND sound with HLCD in car? Does it have good midrange?

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Default Re: Beyma 8MC500ND, 8MC300ND

Itís got a shorter coil , that where the efficiency most likely comes from
Comparing to the 8g40


It will probably do better in the midrange as far as efficiency goes and not do as good down low

But overall it looks like itís up to the task fairly well as long as your acoustic reinforcing between 70-100 and arenít trying to drive it into a big dip in that part of the response, it might get a little spitty with a lot of power if that be the case. But that being said almost all HE midbass do that, the added coil length on the g40 will give you more flexibility, the Stevens mb8 is even more.

The added xdam doesnít mean a whole lot as far as linearity once the coil leaves the gap. In a sealed enclosure the compliance has some room to breathe it looks like, or a ported enclosure tuned higher and a shallow crossover takes it into unloading. There a few reasons they would have put a lot of physical travel on the compliance, Iím not a speaker designer so I donít really know, maybe Eric would be better to speak to that. But again overal it should work nice

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