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Old 1st November 2009, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default Sub testing for T/S

Just would like to know if anyone on here does it, and if they live close to Sacramento, ca. I have a custom made sub, and i want to make sure i have the right box for it. motor is a diamond audio hex macdaddy coil is d4, and the cone is a ppi with ppi flat dust cap with high roll surround with 12" basket.

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Old 1st November 2009, 11:15 PM   #3
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Thanks Perry I did see that and wondered if it was worth it and how well it worked too. Plus with it being on sale and with the scale makes it very tempting. Also im not working right now so no money. when i start working again I am going to get it, just wanted to see specs for sub now because i have a lot of time on my hands so i could build a box.
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You can do it with a computer sound card and a power amp. Check out "Speaker Workshop". That shouldn't cost anything, unless you have to buy some resistors or parts for the test jig.
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Thanks Dangus I will look into it
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Thanks Perry I did see that and wondered if it was worth it and how well it worked too. Plus with it being on sale and with the scale makes it very tempting. Also im not working right now so no money. when i start working again I am going to get it, just wanted to see specs for sub now because i have a lot of time on my hands so i could build a box.
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Thanks GB makin me want to just go ahead and get it and face the wrath of the wife lol
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