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Old 15th April 2004, 02:32 AM   #21
leadbelly is offline leadbelly  Canada
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And a picture of the completed sub comfortably ensconced in its corner home at my brother's house.

It does sound good and produces impressive bass for an 8 inch driver and 100W amp.

The application is neat as well. The whole HT system? The sub plus a 32" TV. That's it. I just played with xover freq knob and gain knob to match the TV's speakers as best possible. Sounds pretty good if you ask me.
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Old 16th April 2004, 01:44 PM   #22
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Nice, myself I'm working on a 4 cu ft bandpass design. Low tuned, lowish group delay, dual 740c's.

2 of these sweep one liter.

I'm modeling about 105 db from 20-25 hz.
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Old 15th July 2004, 08:54 PM   #23
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Thought about that

Two TB 8-740C in compound in a 8L (0.28 cu ft) enclosure. Two BR ports 3/4" 140mm long. Box size approx 250mm wide, 250 deep and 220 high. Only thing is that I would make it downfiring and the legs would have to be long enough to enable the second driver to be mounted. The amp would need to be elsewhere as wel.

The efficiency would be lousy with 81db 1w/1m and it will not really go low but it would be so cooooool

Edit: sorry, I'm in the wrong thread
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