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Cubo15 wrote:Always good, to hear good reviews, glad you like it.
Well, results were very goodThat's a good in-between-driver. It will work in both Cubo 15 and Cubo Kick.
I have already a couple of 18sound 15w700
As Cubo Kick is about 40% reflex and 60% horn, some drivers will find a better loading by the reflex part and some will find better loading by the horn part of it. The 15W700 matches both parts about equally well.
I haven't had a single problem with t-nuts (of any kind) anymore since my 3-step-program:
The only issue I can see is if a t-nut rounds off
Usable up to at least 190 Hz, also usable in Cubo 15, would be a good choice for 12V systems, considering the very low weight.
how would the B&C 15CL76 preform in these kick?
Yes, output will be higher below 130 Hz, in exchange for slightly less output above 130 Hz.
I'm curious to hear how a pd1550 would sound in these. Is it on the more on the low end emphasis?
That's hard to say when testing only one driver However wadding will help prevent sound from the rear of the driver to exit through the ports, you could even close all ports and see how that works out for ya.
I am going to put a little wadding in the chamber as there are some resonances when pushed hard I would say this is the cab not the driver.
Generally speaking, drivers with the highest power handling that can be used in both Cubo 15 and Cubo Kick, will have: A 4" voice coil, a Mms between 80 - 120 gram, a n0 around 3% (usually because the Fs is in the mid to high forties), a gap height of 12 mm or less, a voice coil winding depth of 23 mm or less. Le around 1.75 or preferably less.
Is there any other drivers that will match the above mentioned drivers performance but with a little more power?