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How does theese sub-plans look?
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Old 30th April 2003, 03:27 PM   #1
khorne is offline khorne  Norway
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Default How does theese sub-plans look?

Im considering to make two new subwoofers. Each shall have two peerless xls 10" in series and each sub will be driven by a hypex hs-200 amp. The two woofers shall be in seperate shambers, and the box will be symetric, so that all vibration caused by one xls will be canceled out by the other one. One xls fireing forwards and one backwards in pull-pull configuration... I guy I know uses four of the 12" xls, and uses the same method, and he say that there is absolutely no vibrations in his box. I belive it is made of 44 mm mdf. The sub I allready have uses one xls 10" and a hypex hs200. It is made of 50 mm mdf and weights 45 kilo I think, but the whole thing still vibrates. Im amazed by what the little thing can do, but it does unfortunatly not work to well in my room. I have heard that the solution is two subs...

But will the impedance be a problem for the hypex? With one xls I usually turn the volume at 50% and it seems like there is no problems with turning it way louder. I was hoping I could use the hypex and one peerless driver Iallready have because this is getting a little expencive... :|

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