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    can someone help me please

    Dual 2 ohm voice coil
    Die cast aluminum
    Metal-flake Royal Blue Finish With Diamond Cut
    Non-pressed paper cone
    Chrome finish front & back plate
    Large foam rubber surround
    1-piece rubber gasket
    Black spider
    Woven tinsel lead through spider
    Chrome screw terminals
    2000 watts power handling
    800 Watts RMS
    200 oz. magnet size
    2.5” ASV voice coil
    SPL 93 dB
    FS: 29.1 Hz
    VAS: 4.73cu.ft.
    QMS: 3.83
    QES: 0.457
    QTS: 0.4986
    XMAX: 0.6"
    Sealed box: 2 cu. Ft.
    Ported box: 3 cu.. Ft.
    Tuning: 35 Hz
    Port Size: 4”x6.25”(diameter x length)
    # of ports:1

    which one of these is driver displacement????????? please help







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    Re: can someone help me please

    If you mean cone displacement (swept area), you need to multiply Xmax & Sd (surface area), which you're not given.

    Vas is the closest number to what you're looking for, but that's not really the right way to go about it




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    Re: can someone help me please

    Quote Originally Posted by JimJ View Post
    If you mean cone displacement (swept area), you need to multiply Xmax & Sd (surface area), which you're not given.

    Vas is the closest number to what you're looking for, but that's not really the right way to go about it
    ehhh that'll do thanks lol




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    Re: can someone help me please

    Quote Originally Posted by JimJ View Post
    If you mean cone displacement (swept area), you need to multiply Xmax & Sd (surface area), which you're not given.

    Vas is the closest number to what you're looking for, but that's not really the right way to go about it


    Huh ? I think he means basket displacement which isn't listed either



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    Re: can someone help me please

    Probably could be, "displacement" is such a vague term...




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    Re: can someone help me please

    Quote Originally Posted by JimJ View Post
    If you mean cone displacement (swept area), you need to multiply Xmax & Sd (surface area), which you're not given.

    Vas is the closest number to what you're looking for, but that's not really the right way to go about it
    I thought he ment displacement in the box. which is not listed




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    Re: can someone help me please

    on subwoofertools.com the ported box calculater it asks for "Driver Displacement" im not sure either thats why i asked.




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