Like

I email tangband a second time and this is their reply go figure

 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2719
Registered: Jun-04
with this in my email...

Dear tangband,
>
> I recently purchased the TANG BAND W6-1139SC 6-1/2"
> SUBWOOFER and I am designing a enclosure for it in my
> car. I wanted to know what volume (displacement) the
> subwoofer takes up in the enclosure. Your help is
> appreciated.
>
> thanks,
>
> Sean


and they send this is reply

Dear Sean,

Thank you for the inquiry, but before we are able to provide you the
correct
information, could you let us know more about your project as below?
1. What is the enclosure design you needed? Is it the closed, port,
bandpass or passive radiator design?
2. Do you have amplifier for it? How many watts? what is the crossover
point?
3. How many pieces you are going to install on the enclosure?
4. Where you are going to put the subwoofer? in the trunk or under the
chair?

Regards

Alan

how can you not understand what i want??? arrg
 

Silver Member
Username: Kd7nfr

Montpelier, ID United States

Post Number: 143
Registered: Apr-05
ROFL! Some people's kids...
 

Silver Member
Username: Geekbike

Post Number: 149
Registered: Dec-04
Under the chair...
 

Silver Member
Username: Illuminator

Post Number: 538
Registered: Apr-05
"Do you have amplifier for it? How many watts? what is the crossover
point? "

That always makes a HUGE difference in volume displacement for the sub and box! I'm glad they have such brilliant minds working for them!
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2726
Registered: Jun-04
ok heres the second email i sent him after that

im doing an experimental twist on a abc enclosure
> all i need to know is the amount of space the TANG
> BAND W6-1139SC 6-1/2" SUBWOOFER takes up inside a
> chamber in my enclosure. I appologize if there is
> another reason i cant see that you need the other
> information.
>
> thanks,
>
> Sean



and his reply

Dear Sean,

Your message is empty,so, could you forward it again?

Regards,

Alan


this was forwarded with my respose you read above and he said it was blank. If the email is blank why did I see my reply in his email back to me? arrg

 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2727
Registered: Jun-04
And the third email I sent to him was redone with the same request I gave him in the last email he says he couldnt see

im doing an experimental twist on a abc enclosure
> all i need to know is the amount of space the TANG
> BAND W6-1139SC 6-1/2" SUBWOOFER takes up inside a
> chamber in my enclosure. I appologize if there is
> another reason i cant see that you need the other
> information.
>
> thanks,
>
> Sean


his response

Dear Sean,

Attached it the box simulation for reference. Please free feel to let
me
know if there is any information you might need from us.

Regards,

Alan


the attachment was a box simulation that showed various technical data in a 15 liter vented box using bass box pro 6.0. Nice to see but again not what I asked for. arrg once again
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2728
Registered: Jun-04
i have sense sent a forth yes i said forth (lol) email asking this same simple question another way. I will post that after his reply.
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2729
Registered: Jun-04
Im thinking he doesnt understand english very well. And I mean that seriously with no offence to anyone.
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2730
Registered: Jun-04
this is there address

5F, No.8, Alley 23, Lane91, Sec.1, Nei Hu Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

(Taipei, Taiwan) this is why I made the english comment and yes I know eww made in taiwan not a good sign lol. Im takin my chances.
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2763
Registered: Jun-04
and yet another email returned without what I asked for

my request clearified again went like this

Dear Alan what I need from you is the amount of
> diplacement the TANG BAND W6-1139SC 6-1/2" SUBWOOFER
> takes up in an enclosure. An example of what I mean
> is say chamber one of my enclosure is 1.00 cubic feet
> and the driver is a 10 inch woofer that takes of .10
> cubic feet according to the manufacter so total gross
> cubic feet would be 1.10 cubic feet. Now i know my
> example is not exactly my subwoofer but im asking you
> what that amount of space taken up would be for my
> TANG BAND W6-1139SC 6-1/2" SUBWOOFER.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Sean

his reply to that email was

Dear Sean,

If you inner volume of enclousre is 1.1 cubic feet, we might suggest
you can
use 2 pcs of W6-1139SC for your project.
Please let me know if our suggest give some help for you.

Regards,

Alan


Im so frustrated and yet again i sent him an email trying to explain the simple information i want. How many emails are we up to now?

 

Silver Member
Username: Subzer0

Richmond, KY USA

Post Number: 138
Registered: May-05
.. lol just ask him if you can do his wife and see what he recommends for that...
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2764
Registered: Jun-04
lol
 

Silver Member
Username: Araknid

BOCA , FL U.S.

Post Number: 693
Registered: Nov-04
Im not sure exactly how you would do this but this somewhat the idea. You take a container something that the sub would fit in. fill it up all the way to the top and I mean all the right before it busts out the top. Then you pour it out into a measuring device,measure how much the container holds. pour it back into the container. (not sure if this is good for the sub or not) place sub in then take out. measure the amount of water left in after the sub displaces the water. subtract your last measurment from your 1st then you have to convert to cubic ft somehow but you get the idea.
 

Silver Member
Username: Araknid

BOCA , FL U.S.

Post Number: 695
Registered: Nov-04
And for the sub getting wet it should be fine if you help dry it but dont use like a blow dryer or the sun to help dry it that would only loosen the glue.
 

Gold Member
Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 2769
Registered: Jun-04
and the saga continues

my email to him

Dear Alan,
>
> I dont need you to help me figure a box out. All I
> need to know is how much room does the TANG BAND
> W6-1139SC 6-1/2" SUBWOOFER take up by itself to
> account for it in a box.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Sean


his reply

Dear Sean,

Sorry for keeping to misunderstand your intention. We assumed you want
to
know the enclosure volume which w6-11369c will take while the
installation.
Since we didn't have this kind of calculated data and concern we might
provide you the wrong information, I attached the dimensions of
W6-1139SC
for reference
and hope it can do some help.

Regards,

Alan

Such great help they are. arrg and THEY want to help me build a box????? lol
« Previous Thread | Next Thread »

Facebook

Shop Related Deals

Directory

Main Forums

Today's Posts

Forum Help

Follow Us