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Cone area is king

Enclosure design comes first.

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So you want a woofer that will move some air? Something in a reasonable price range? Perhaps the 3" coil turns you on? Well the HDS300 is the route for you. This series truly is the "Most Bang for Your Buck."


Features Include: 

  • Vented back-plate for optimal cooling and less turbulence in the coil gap. 
  • 3.0" diameter four-layer copper coil.
  • Heavy Duty push connectors for ease of install. (Accepts up to 10awg speaker wire)
  • Stamped, Steel Frame. 
  • Black electroplated top and bottom plates for additional  cooling. 
  • Non-pressed cone for maximum rigidity. 
  • High excursion foam surround. 
  • Power Handling 1200W RMS, 2400W Peak
     


* Model: HDS310
* Piston Diameter = 203.2 mm
* f(s)= 37.68 Hz
* R(e)= 7.06 Ohms
* Z(max)= 76.00 Ohms
* Q(ms)= 5.231
* Q(es)= 0.536
* Q(ts)= 0.486
* V(as)= 9.340 liters     (0.330 cubic feet)
* L(e)= 8.74 mH
* n(0)= 0.09 %
* SPL= 81.59 1W/1m
* M(ms)= 282.10 grams
* C(ms)= 0.06 mm/N
* BL= 29.67
 

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* Model: HDS312
* Piston Diameter = 254.0 mm
* f(s)= 33.65 Hz
* R(e)= 7.39 Ohms
* Z(max)= 73.74 Ohms
* Q(ms)= 6.912
* Q(es)= 0.769
* Q(ts)= 0.692
* V(as)= 22.130 liters     (0.782 cubic feet)
* L(e)= 8.62 mH
* n(0)= 0.10 %
* SPL= 82.29 1W/1m
* M(ms)= 364.40 grams
* C(ms)= 0.06 mm/N
* BL= 27.20

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* Model: HDS315
* Piston Diameter = 330.2 mm
* f(s)= 35.66 Hz
* R(e)= 7.27 Ohms
* Z(max)= 68.69 Ohms
* Q(ms)= 7.836
* Q(es)= 0.927
* Q(ts)= 0.829
* V(as)= 56.730 liters     (2.003 cubic feet)
* L(e)= 8.87 mH
* n(0)= 0.26 %
* SPL= 86.33 1W/1m
* M(ms)= 361.60 grams
* C(ms)= 0.06 mm/N
* BL= 25.20

 

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Damn I've got a shitty temper... Sorry for gettin' all crazy. Sometimes my head sees red when it shouldn't.

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Is that 5.1cubic feet gross? If so you need to look at what type of airspace the driver requires to function. You can have all the cone you want, but if you choke it to the point of not being functional then it's just useless weight.

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Cone area is king

Enclosure design comes first.

Cardboard box won't work? :) lol

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I just ordered two HDS3 12's and I've gotta Chevy 4 door blazer to put them in. can someone please recommend the perfect box size for this and what to tune it to also please. i love my low lows so I'm thinking 32-30 hz I'm powering them with a 1200.1 super d class mono Zeus amp and got the big 3 upgraded under the hood and running 0 gauge to amp but really need to know what the perfect size box will be. i know i can fit a 5 1/2 cubic ft box in there easily please message me or just respond to me here thanks. can use all the help i could get. new to custom builds so all input is greatly appreciated

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Bigger = better.

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Cone area is king

Enclosure design comes first.

Cardboard box won't work? smile.png lol

 

Ya but we all have tried it. icon_roflmao.gif

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Whoa we can all be friends! We are all in this for the same reason. Of course we will all have our opinions, of course we would like your opinion of our product not to be negative but we can't make you change your mind however we will try to help persuade your initial thoughts of who we are and what we do and the product that we are capable of producing.

 

We stand behind our products and we know they are more than worthy of SQ to SPL. We do a lot of testing and listen to feedback from you guys and gals to help grow our line.

 

 

Thanks ami custom so what your sayin is 2 hds300 15" in the dual 15" 5.1 cubic ft box would be better right???

This is correct Denzel.

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These subs sounds amazing had them on a sq1200 for a few days and was amazed with the low end response. 7.6cb 120sq port

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Just bought 2 HDS 315's and pairing it with a Belva BB5000D amp.  Will post later with comments.

 

 

 

 

Kenwood DDX471 head unit

4 Kicker CR65 coaxial speakers

1 SPL 1200 Watt amp

1 Belva BB5000D amp

2 SoundQubed HDS315's

1 ported box tuned to 30 hertz.

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These subs sounds amazing had them on a sq1200 for a few days and was amazed with the low end response. 7.6cb 120sq port

These subs sound amazing.  Very happy with my purchase from SoundQubed.

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I have 2 hds312 subs in 4.25 cubes net tuned 32 htz and subs play real low tried 5 cubes didn't like sound but 4.25 is sweet spot in my book

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