EV DL18MT, 18″ Subwoofer, Power rating: W RMS, 8 Ohm, Lowest frequency < Hz (data available on request), 5 Year manufacturer's warranty. DL18MT in an 8-cubic-foot enclosure as shown in Figure 10 requires a peak boost frequency of. 25 Hz. This equalization is available in the. Electro-Voice Dx anyone know a good replacement driver for EV dl18mt driver?I want a driver with similar parameters.
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Ev dl18mt Replacement
Does anyone know a good replacement driver for EV dl18mt driver? I want a driver with similar parameters as dl18mt dk18mt with more power and efficiency.
They are to work in ev mtl1 cabs. I dl18kt imagine your biggest issue would be if they can fit in such a box. Wondering if the cab would do the driver justice considering they can handle w. I suggested the drivers closest to the TS Parameters of Electro-voice.
Anyways the 18sound seems more reasonable on price, but should give a better performance than electro voice original, right? Since you mentioned more Sub Bass, the Eighteen Sound would be the dl18m logical solution. Thank for the theile small insight.
EV DL18MT – Thomann UK
To be fair, I’m looking for more of a pronounced sound in the hz region. I ask about driver being more suited to sub because that’s what I don’t want in a driver for my application.
I am thinking of using mtl above scoops and under mth-1’s. Do you use software to work out the closest match in drivers or just through trolling through websites etc? I don’t use software I made a comparison of drivers from the manufacture’s website.
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So it is a matter of toggling back and forth using tabs on my browser. If you can get your hands on those old Void V PD clones that should work well for the upper bass region since the frequencies you are seeking are more low-midrange.
Basically, you are looking for an inch driver aimed solely for horn-loading. Such speakers will make the most noise from 60 Hz and up. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot dl18nt polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.
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Thank you for your time Elliot. EVX b are pretty good in those boxes. Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.