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marka101 3rd October 2012 06:05 PM

two speaker sets, one cab
Hi all , very noob as your about to find out,
Ive found a speaker kit of 1x bass 1x treble driver and cross over,
What I would like to find out could I put two sets in one cab if I seperatly box each speaker, may be porting one bass speaker ,using the two cross overs in parallel ?
would this work and would ther be any pros or cons?
any and all help much appreciated.

sdclc126 3rd October 2012 07:18 PM

Clarification Needed
Hi -

It sounds like you're saying you have two sets of drivers and one cabinet, but in the text of your post you cite "1x" for the drivers- so I for one am a little confused as to the actual number of "things" you have.

picowallspeaker 3rd October 2012 08:30 PM

Inquiring minds want to know

marka101 3rd October 2012 08:44 PM

many appoligies , the kit consists of 1x bass , 1x tweet 1x crossover, for 60
could I put two kits in one cab with the two cross overs in parallel or is ther a better and easier

sdclc126 3rd October 2012 08:49 PM

Yes there is a better way - get another cab and build a stereo pair.

Cal Weldon 3rd October 2012 09:11 PM

marka, if I read the situation you want to buy two kits and put them in one cabinet. Yes but it's better to put a center divider in the cabinet so the speakers don't interfere with each other. Make sure the cabinet is twice as big as they recommend for one speaker as you can't put them both into a small cabinet. The big question is: are you planning to feed this big speaker with a mono or stereo input? The reason I ask is that you are asking about paralleling the XO.

marka101 3rd October 2012 09:18 PM

Hi Cal , yes I would seperate each speaker one in a sealed box one in ported,
and a mono input , but as can see ive no idea about crossovers

sreten 3rd October 2012 09:19 PM

Hi, What is the kit for 60 ? Why do you want to use two in one box ? rgds, sreten.

marka101 3rd October 2012 09:27 PM

fleabay No 330776225996, i was hoping doubling up would give more presance

Cal Weldon 3rd October 2012 10:17 PM

The woofers will dictate which to use, ported or sealed. I don't see a reason to try one of each.

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