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    Displacement of driver?

    Anyone got a clue of the exact displacement a 12'' type r has? none of the box design programs seem to have it.







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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    0.025ft/cu if i remember well. What smaller than what i tought by looking at it




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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    What? That would be like mad small. Your sure you don't mean .25/cu? Like 1/4cu? I don't know just does not seem right...




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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    I dont think it'd be either .25 nor .025...Id say more like .13ish..? I dont know for certain though



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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    www.alpine-usa.com/support
    type in model number. go to manual. read.



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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    has to be around .1?




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    Re: Displacement of driver?

    I had a woofer I couldn't find any displacement for. Averages are from .1 to .2 for a 12.

    Your alpine is .085. I just googled "alpine type r displacement" and it was my first result.



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