Voxel Subwoofer with Passive Radiator Plans



Voxel Subwoofer with Passive Radiator Plans

Everyone wants good BASS!  But sometimes fitting it in small places can be difficult.  This is where the Voxel Subwoofer with Passive Radiators comes to the rescue. By utilizing the Tang Band W5, which has always been one of the top performers when it comes to small subwoofers, this can dig down low (F3 of around 35hz).  There is only one problem, it can move a lot of air!  That is why I designed a new slot port for it – which cut down on that dreaded port noise significantly.  But if you want maximum performance from this beast, you need to upgrade to a passive radiator!  This design pairs the W5 with the DSA-215PR and some weight to make it arguably the best iteration of the W5 to date.  So if you want maximum performance, this is the way to go.

Voxel Subwoofer Parts Used:

Tang Band W5-1138SMF

Dayton Audio DSA-215PR


When Complete the voxel  subwoofer will be approximately:

11” Tall

7.5” Wide

10.5” Deep

Plans Overview:

These plans will include a parts list, cut lists, hole placements and the amount of weight needed for the passive radiators for the Voxel Subwoofer with passive radiators.  They will include pictures to make it easier.  If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

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