question-circle ISO Sub bass/bass plans for 18" Peavey Low Rider

4 years 6 months ago #23258 by Roostar
Im looking to build some sub cabs to add some good low bass to my P.A, kinda on a budget and time restraint so I was looking at the Peavey Low Rider 18" cuz the specs look good for the price. they claim 25z-1khz usable Freq range and 800 watts continuous/1600 program/3200 peak and I can get two of them for $385. I would like to build cabs that can do nice clean bass down to 25hz that are not the size of a compact car. I do most of my setup and teardown by myself so prolly looking at single driver cabs but am open to dual driver cabs also. Thanx for all your help in advance people and below are the full specs on the Drivers.


2 x Peavey 18" Low Rider Subwoofer 3200 Watts Peak Power 4 Ohms Impedance

Peavey 18" Low Rider Subwoofer 3200 Watts Peak Power 4 Ohms Impedance:

Impedance: 4 Ohms
Power Capacity: 3200 Peak 1600 W Program 800 W Continuous
Sensitivity: 93.7 dB / 1 W 1 m
Usable Freq. Range: 25 Hz ~ 1 kHz
Cone: Kevlar impregnated cellulose
Voice Coil Diameter: 4.0"/ 100 mm
Voice Coil Material: Polyimide coated copper ribbon wire Polyimide-impregnated fiberglass former Nomex stiffener Solderless diffusion welded OFHC copper leads
Net weight: 22 lbs./ 10 kg
Znom (ohms): 8
Revc (ohms): 6.21
Sd (Square Meters): 0.134
BL (T/M): 22.17
Fo (Hz): 28.9
Vas (liters): 288.0
Cms (uM/N): 113.3
Mms (gm): 198.20
Qms: 9.07
Qes: 0.451
Qts: 0.429
Xmax (mm): 9.6
Le (mH): 0.87
SPL (1W 1m): 96.0
No (%): 2.65%
Vd (cu. in. /ml): 145/2375
Pmax (Watts pgm.): 1600
Disp (cu.in./ml): 235/3852
18"

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4 years 6 months ago #23287 by Cubo15
Why would you like response down to 25 Hz? There's not many PA-designs down to 25 Hz anyway, a few at best, except if you design your own reflex cabinet.

Best regards

Cubo

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