file FSP118LEVBPH - (Forward firing version of Staiper ES18BPH)

8 years 11 months ago #12069 by levyte357

mykey- wrote: can't find 700N? can find only B600N? and that ain't suitable for a bph
EDIT: just found it


@Mykey, you'd be suprised what works in a BPH.

"Hopefully" you're working on an 818 lookalike, in that case, if you design the cab to fly with Fane 18B600, it'll work with most decent drivers.

http://www.faneinternational.com/downloads/Fane_Colossus_18B600.pdf

EDIT:Just had a quick look at Driver parms on Fane website, and seeing a worrying trend when comparing all the great drivers in the "Professional Series", and the, erm.. well.. the rest.


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8 years 11 months ago #12070 by mykey-
sorry, what the external size again, same as the boke and turbo?

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8 years 11 months ago #12071 by levyte357

mykey- wrote: sorry, what the external size again, same as the boke and turbo?


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name: MA-818
ITEM:
INFORMATION:
PARAMETER:
Frequency response: 38Hz~250Hz±4dB
COMPONENTS: 18"×1
IMPEDANCE: 8 Ohm
LONG-TERM POWER(RMS): 600W
POWER PEAK: 1200W
MAXIMUM SPL: 123dB CONTINUOUS, 129dB PEAK
CONNECTION: 2×NL4
DIMENSIONS(W×H×D): 574×630×718mm
WEIGHT: 51kg

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8 years 11 months ago #12072 by bitzo
sorry lev but why don't you design it by yourself? You already have the external dimensions, you have only 4 variable to define, baffle angle, baffle lenght, esbph panel b lenght and angle. The rest is calculated from those.
by the way here's my favourite kick design...less deeper then these bph and 15" loaded of course ;P

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8 years 11 months ago #12073 by MAutopsy
Bitzo, care to share? Been looking for kick bins above my mth30s.

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8 years 11 months ago #12074 by levyte357

bitzo wrote: sorry lev but why don't you design it by yourself? You already have the external dimensions, you have only 4 variable to define, baffle angle, baffle lenght, esbph panel b lenght and angle.


TBH, the precise cab for my requirements already exists...

It's a case of waiting for plans to become available, or buying used copies..

Here, just exploring the feasibility of Mykey supplying them, as opposed to waiting for them to be available.

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8 years 11 months ago #12075 by saul

levyte357 wrote: EDIT:Just had a quick look at Driver parms on Fane website, and seeing a worrying trend when comparing all the great drivers in the "Professional Series", and the, erm.. well.. the rest.


ey come on Zeuss, spill the haricots

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8 years 11 months ago #12076 by bitzo
:think: I guess it's a no.

Mautopsy, I'm sorry but I worked too much on this plan for share it, I want to be the first who build it. By the way there's a lot of kick cab on this site.

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8 years 11 months ago #12077 by levyte357

saul wrote:

levyte357 wrote: EDIT:Just had a quick look at Driver parms on Fane website, and seeing a worrying trend when comparing all the great drivers in the "Professional Series", and the, erm.. well.. the rest.


ey come on Zeuss, spill the haricots


Qes and BL speak volumes about a drivers ability.

Qes tending towards 0.2 alleges possibly higher sensitvity, BL >22 suggests better magnet, stronger motor.

Compare Fs, Qes, BL from 18B400, 18XB600, with the joke 18s from Sovereign/Neo series.

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8 years 11 months ago #12078 by saul

levyte357 wrote:

saul wrote:

levyte357 wrote: EDIT:Just had a quick look at Driver parms on Fane website, and seeing a worrying trend when comparing all the great drivers in the "Professional Series", and the, erm.. well.. the rest.


ey come on Zeuss, spill the haricots


Qes and BL speak volumes about a drivers ability.

Qes tending towards 0.2 alleges possibly higher sensitvity, BL >22 suggests better magnet, stronger motor.

Compare Fs, Qes, BL from 18B400, 18XB600, with the joke 18s from Sovereign/Neo series.


this we know, but im not sure i follow...

low qes might be more sensitive, but high qes usually equals a nice smoother and rounder response would we not agree

even "real" efficiency is very high on la neeeoooo

18700N

FS Hz 38Hz
RE Ohms 5.2 O
Qms 5.273
Qes 0.325
Qts 0.306
Vas Ltr 217
Vd Litres 0.921
CMS (mm/N) 0.119
BL T/m 24.2


18XB

FS Hz 33 Hz
RE Ohms 6.5 Ω
Qms 5.77
Qes 0.358
Qts 0.337
Vas Ltr 236
Vd 0.803
CMS (mm/N) 0.13
BL T/m 25.9

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