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Alpha V.2 Efficiency?

 

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Username: 71_chevelle

Post Number: 232
Registered: May-08
I was wondering what the efficiency of the 15" Alpha V.2 is? Is it 91.55?? if so why is the 18" less efficient? arent the bigger subs more efficient? Is it a typo?

And are the D1.3 more efficient than the D2?? as shown on the 12" specs

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Username: Teamrevolution

ATLANTA, GA USA

Post Number: 624
Registered: May-07
the 18" used for them t/s was made to be very musical and had a very high MMS.
 

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Username: Hittin1

TEAM REVOLUTIONLake Charles...

Post Number: 3169
Registered: May-07
Hunter, As I said before, I am running the 18" v.2's. You won't be dissapointed in SQ or SPL. trust me, bro.
 

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Username: Teamrevolution

ATLANTA, GA USA

Post Number: 626
Registered: May-07
We have a few cones available to use on the 18"

We can use a HW style cone on them like Mark has and the db@1w is over 92.5 and still will sound great.
 

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Username: Basebalz13

Moneta, Va Usa

Post Number: 1535
Registered: Aug-07
Hunter. Im going to shoot you a email so we can talk off record :-)
 

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Username: 71_chevelle

Post Number: 233
Registered: May-08
Oh ok so then the 15" D2 is rated at 91.55 DB efficiency? does that mean that the D1.3 is rated a bit higher?

Oh wow yeah the 18" has way higher MMS...what is MMS hahaha sorry
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana Team Audible...

Post Number: 7433
Registered: Mar-04
MMS = moving mass
 

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Username: 71_chevelle

Post Number: 235
Registered: May-08
So what is the benefit of having large mass to move?
 

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Username: Teamrevolution

ATLANTA, GA USA

Post Number: 627
Registered: May-07
When we put the diff soft parts on the Alpha to increase the mms it sounds warmer and goes lower in hz.

We have soft part options for higher spl that can still go very low.
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