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Niklas Nord
05-13-2003, 06:17 AM
What is the p-p Xmax of the 2245 ?

Is it 9,5mm or 2cm ?

is it oneway or both ways

:rolleyes:

4313B
05-13-2003, 07:15 AM
Xmax is the maximum amount of linear travel a transducer is capable of in one direction.

The 2245H has an Xmax of 9.5mm and an Xmech of 12.5mm

In other words, the output of the 2245H will become extremely non-linear past 9.5mm but will not exprience mechanical damage until 12.5mm.

It's a good idea to know what a specific manufacturer's interpretation of these parameters are.

The 2245H has substantial excursion capability and can move a tremendous volume of air.

Niklas Nord
05-13-2003, 07:18 AM
so the p-p excursion is 2 x 9,5mm ?



is there a way to calculate the amount of air the driver can
move? maybe in a special type of box .- ported 700 liters..

or something

4313B
05-13-2003, 07:33 AM
"so the p-p excursion is 2 x 9,5mm ?"

Yes, linear is 9.5mm * 2, mechanical is 12.5 * 2

"is there a way to calculate the amount of air the driver can
move?"

The 2245H has a Vd of 1,230 cubic centimeters. (Sd * Xmax)

Niklas Nord
05-13-2003, 07:36 AM
aha the VD