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Old 4th February 2005, 03:27 AM   #1
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Default 2 Peerless 8 inchers?

I've got 2 peerless 8" inchers left over from a previous car door install. I'd like to put them in some 15l sealed enclosures.

Fs: 34hz Qts: 0.47 Vas: 49.1L 5.5mm xmax

Subwoofer simulater doesn't make the response look very good, peak's at about 100hz with an F3 around 65hz. Now, that's anechoic predicted response, I'm hoping with cabin gain I might be able to get something flatter.

Would this be ok? Not looking for huge bass, system would be for a suv so the interior is a little bigger than your average sedan.

If I don't go with this I'll probably have one 10" Quattro from parts express, but since I already have these.

Trying to keep the boxes small since I'm taking away cargo space and they'll be easy to move around.
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