file 2 way column PA/indoor

1 year 10 months ago - 1 year 10 months ago #24126 by britesynth
2 way column PA/indoor was created by britesynth
Hello and good day!

your thoughts on this...

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advice
1. speaker amp matching (impedance)
2. watts/power and amp matching
3. speaker connection
4. is it worth the build?

I already have the amp so I thought of building a column that will match it

thanks in advance!

-jake
philippines

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1 year 9 months ago #24157 by britesynth
Replied by britesynth on topic 2 way column PA/indoor
up!

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1 year 9 months ago #24161 by Cubo15
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You question is very general, so yes it could work but there are many pitfalls, that you probably don't know about. So my advice would be to build an existing design, that has done the maths for you.

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1 year 9 months ago #24168 by britesynth
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hello mr. cubo, I want to know if my speaker connections are right together with wattage and impedance, thank you very much!

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1 year 9 months ago #24171 by Cubo15
Replied by Cubo15 on topic 2 way column PA/indoor
Your speaker connections (and impedance) are right, however crossovers should take more into consideration then power handling. Sensitivity is just as, if not more important then power handling. Matching sensitivity (expressed as dB/W/meter or dB/ 2.83 V/ meter), combined with the correct crossover frequency, will make sure that the tweeter and four mid drivers are in balance with each other.

Last but not least, a tweeter that boasts that it can handle 100 W without giving much other information, usually can handle nowhere near 100 W.

Best regards

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1 year 8 months ago #24178 by britesynth
Replied by britesynth on topic 2 way column PA/indoor
thank you mr. cubo!

any suggestion to replace this setup?

btw looking forward to building my own cubo15, just completing the parts =)

what would be a near perfect match for a cubo15?
10"s 12"s or 15"s? single or double?

planning on having 2 cubo15s per side

sorry for having lots of question
thanks again!

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1 year 8 months ago #24180 by Cubo15
Replied by Cubo15 on topic 2 way column PA/indoor
For a single Cubo 15 per side, I would look into a decent 12"/1" top cabinet. If you have a good 12"/1" top cabinet, you can use 2 Cubo 15's per side. Something like the 18Sound: www.eighteensound.com/Portals/0/Enclosur...und_12_2_Ways_v1.pdf or the B&C www.bcspeakers.com/media/W1siZiIsIjIwMTM...IvNTYvZmlsZSJdXQ.pdf

Of course a decent 2 x 10", or 2 x 12" will also work. I would avoid using top cabinets that use a 15" driver unless you're stepping up to an 1.4" compression driver (which is pricey).

Best regards Cubo

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