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    Any formula to find the driver displacement?

    Hmm.. my subs does not show me the driver displacement. is there some sort of formula that i can use to calculate it?


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    Re: Any formula to find the driver displacement?

    A rough guess...measure the circumference of the basket and the depth of the motor/magnet assembly.

    Those are the measurements you need.




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    Re: Any formula to find the driver displacement?

    It is probably provided by the manufacture in the specs. A google search should get you and exact answer.




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    Re: Any formula to find the driver displacement?

    says .22 on CV website.



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    Re: Any formula to find the driver displacement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Abel
    says .22 on CV website.

    i got the other version of the vmax sub.



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