Is Madisound Swan 305 rated at 8ohm or 4ohm?

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  1. Stephen Hopkins

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    Is the Madisound Swan 305 rated at 8ohm of 4ohm? I can't find the info anywhere.

    I'm looking at building a 5.75 cu ft enclosure.

    Also, are there any drivers that can keep up with the Swan for less $$$? There's a guy selling a kicker solobaric 10" in the for sale forum for $40 that would roll off at under 22hz +_ 3db, but is 2db less loud than the swan... i'm only going to be using a 100w at 8ohm / 150w at 4ohm plate amp, so i'm guessing i need as much sensitivity as possible to get up around ref levels?

    thanks.
     
  2. Greg Monfort

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    Depends on where you measure it due to its high inductance, if it's still the same driver I bought. I used 6ohms for calcs.

    None that I can think of. It's been ~the same price for 17-18yrs now IIRC, so it's really quite a bit cheaper than when it first came out.

    Yep.

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    Send them an email - they'll get back to you very quickly. Madisound is top-notch.
     

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