As an example of what I will be doing is to eventually get to a simulation of audio output from a pinball game based on the environment the player is experiencing.
Since an earlier poster stated they already have a solution I will briefly simulate with the data I have on this pinwoofer solution from an acoustic perspective.
The drivers used are a Goldwood GW-8024 (Based on data from a spec sheet on Parts Express website) for bass in cabinet and the Backbox speakers are Pyle PL53BL. It should be noted that the Pyle typical for mobile application has very incomplete spec sheet since it provides not enough information as to on-axis and off-axis performance. An example I provided above about Impedance being a single number and sensitivity is a single number.
Only way to simulate the Pyle drivers is to get one and test it to find out what it really is.
I am going to provide the layout for the simulation and then the SPL output from the Goldwood driver at the players location.
Input power was 2 watts which a 2.83volt input form the amplifier. No electronic filtering is applied.
The 2 curves for spl is on-axis (red) which shows the diffraction effects of the cabinet. The blue curve is a power response which is the long-term(100ms) response which is more representative of constant output from the driver versus the transient response from on-axis provides.
On final note is the cost of both Drivers(Pyle sold as a pair) ; Goldwood is $25.96 , Pyle $18.98 prices from Parts ExpressGoldwood_Pin_spl_sim.PDFSimulation diagram (resized).jpg