drawing & mounting du cone driver BMS BMS 8N (8Ohm) spl vs frequency measurement du cone driver BMS BMS 8N (8Ohm) spl vs impedance. 96 dB Sensitivity 1 W / 1 m W Power Handling Extremely light Weight of kg 2″ Aluminium Sandwich Voice Coil for low Power Compression Double. Ciare FXI MR 8Ω. ” Mid-range. Fs, Hz. Power RMS, W, Qts, Sensitivity, 97 dB, Vas, litres. Freq-range, 90 – Hz, Xmax, mm.
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Hey yall, dunno if im placing this in the wrong section as im fairly “unadvanced”: None the less, il give it a go. From what i can see and with my limited capability interpret by the data, my reasoning would tell me that the 8N has all the pro’s and no con’s going for bmms. Do neodymium magnets not in general have smaller voicecoil gaps and therefore lower distortion factors, than with a larger more resonant gap?
With all this in mind, disregarding prices which obviously makes the 8S desirable is the slightly higher moving mass and the slightly lower sens in the 8N that unwanted, as to make the 8N better despite the immediate visual inferiority? I did notice the differences in distortion’s however is that what might wheigh heavy on the choice?
If anyone could possibly help me, id much appreciate it: D just two thoughts: And how about getting all 3 and testing them, then keep the one you like most?
BMS 8N 8 watt Neodymium Low Midrange Speaker 16 Ohm
You need to be using something bigger I’d reckon 12 or 15 before its paying its way. Maybe i should hms added that this does not present the whole system Its a part of a larger 4-way application in which so far theoreticly the low end is handled by 4×12″ The question was put mainly to get a grasp b,s what the topic states too, the reasoning for choosing drivers compared to the data presented without having actually heard it If you go back to the original thread you will see that the OP wanted Hi-Fi sound.
To that end I suggested he used a particular Bass driver which I then could see he had already considered. I know what 2 x the above mentions 8″ jobbies mentioned bmz do and a pair of them will work very well with bmms bass drivers to allow a hz ish X-over to the bass.
I would then cross the around hz. I agree that the is capable of more but look at the loads of folks that use them for home hi-fi, hundreds in the States: OP use the 8S O That is because 8n5155 are often used solely with a 15″ bass driver. 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.
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BMS 8N – 8″ Neodymium Bass Midrange Speaker W 8 Ohms from BMS £
I’ve been looking at a pair of 8″ drivers to sit below the BMS Nd For the purpose of this question i’l restrict the drivers layed out to: Most linear FR, Lower Fs, Higher Xmax, More power handling Do neodymium magnets not in general have smaller voicecoil gaps and therefore lower distortion factors, than with a larger more resonant gap? Don’t test the champignon sound. Thank you for your input tho. Edited by CMS – 25 November at 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.