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Douglas R. Allen

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Re: Danley/Powersoft add sub or 2
« Reply #70 on: November 23, 2022, 09:33:08 PM »

Got my dats working (V2 and V3).

Used V3 to capture these values.

I use DATS V3 as well. Could you set the cursor at points 1 and 2?
I'm wondering what it reads there.

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Re: Danley/Powersoft add sub or 2
« Reply #71 on: November 24, 2022, 08:31:48 AM »

I use DATS V3 as well. Could you set the cursor at points 1 and 2?
I'm wondering what it reads there.

Douglas R. Allen
Looks to be around 1.5 ohms (or so).
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Re: Danley/Powersoft add sub or 2
« Reply #72 on: November 24, 2022, 10:35:23 AM »

Looks to be around 1.5 ohms (or so).

  I was not thinking so much of the ohm reading but frequency. The DATS V3 readings are very close to the spec's published by Danley for a single box. I'm not sure what the recommended High Pass frequency is for this box? If it is around 30?hz or so, then in area No1. the requirements of the amp would be less. If the high cut is 90hz or so, then the No. 2 area which is around 75hz and roughly the punch area for a sub then that area may put quite a bit of work on an amp *depending on source requirements*. On the plus side what I'd call the deep side of the subs in the 42hz or so area looks to be above 3 ohms or so. This would let the amp deliver good current with 4 boxes loaded on it. :) As mentioned in this thread 3 boxes on an amp channel may be a good compromise with the load on a single channel and amp limiting its output when driven hard with 4 boxes on a channel.
  In the working area that the sub may be used in I was wondering what those impedance readings 1 and 2 were. Above and below those of course, depending on what is needed from the sub and set high and low-cut filters is out of bandpass.

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