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I have a Dayton DVC 8ohm Sub and a free plate amp 10x10 face [email protected]
I'm willing to buy and found a Dayton Audio SD215-PR 8" Passive Radiator $15.00 to make a sealed box.
I ran the specs on Bass Box and heres what I have so far.
How can I optimize the box and or passive to get this looking good?
While not changing the amp or main driver. Also I want it to look like a mini Sunfire once its finished. smaller is better min size 10.5 cube.

Yes, I have considered the Triska outlined at PE.

File: 8in_pushpull_passive.bb6
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Driver Properties
Name: SD215-88 published ['03]
Type: Standard one-way driver
Company: Dayton Audio
Comment: Published at Dayton Audio website.
No. of Drivers = 1
Dual voice coils = parallel
Fs = 28 Hz
Qms = 3.4
Vas = 1.4 cu.ft
Cms = 0.131 in/lb
Mms = 1.482 oz
Rms = 4.916 lb/s
Xmax = 0.236 in
P-Dia = 6.142 in
Sd = 30.04 sq.in
P-Vd = 0.00424 cu.ft
Qes = 0.47
Re = 3 ohms
Le = 1.2 mH
Z = 4 ohms
BL = 1.544 lb/A
Pe = 80 watts
Qts = 0.41
no = 0.18 %
1-W SPL = 84.7 dB
2.83-V SPL = 89 dB
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Box Properties
Name:
Type: Passive Radiator Box
Shape: Prism, square
Vb = 0.993 cu.ft
F3 = 31.76 Hz
Fill = normal
No. of Passive Radiators = 1
Fs = 21 Hz
Qms = 2
Vas = 1.41 cu.ft
Cms = 0.75 in/lb
Mms = 75 oz
Rms = 5 lb/s
Sd = 194 sq.in
 
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