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Poll: pair of dayton rs 10HF or 12HO's

  • 2 10HF's

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • 2 12HO's

    Votes: 13 86.7%
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i cant seem to make my mind up... kinda big difference in box requirements tho. i'll leave it up to you ladies :D
 

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Sealed box it could go either way depending on what your space requirements are and the target frequency response. Ported box, there's no contest... go with the HO.
 

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what volume is needed for a ported ho, since its sealed reccs are so small maybe the ported enclosure is possible under 1.5 cubes?
 

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I've heard it depends on your musical taste too. 10's are more "controlled" overall.

I'm going ADS 12's in my truck. Tried 6.5, 8's so I'm going biggie this time.
 

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According to PE literature, the HF has a thinner/lighter cone and lighter suspension.

4 HF's occupying an entire trunk in sealed enclosures with ~200W a piece could be interesting :cool:

-aaron
 

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ArcL100 said:
According to PE literature, the HF has a thinner/lighter cone and lighter suspension.
I believe I've read Dan Wiggins say that Mms has no bearing on "transient response." If that's what you're referring to when you say "controlled."
 

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I believe I've read Dan Wiggins say that Mms has no bearing on "transient response." If that's what you're referring to when you say "controlled."
Oh, I wasn't really saying it had anything to do with control or not, just feeding the fire :) I think it's safe to say the HF is more efficient, though.

-aaron
 

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Whoever just voted in this 4 year old pole should get worked over with a pair of pliers and a blow torch.:laugh:
 
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