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Old 9th March 2013, 01:08 PM   #11
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Dave,

Do you remember the dimensions of the 6 L sealed box?
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Old 9th March 2013, 06:32 PM   #12
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Would this work?
The only dimension in the sim is volume. Any set of dmensions (excluding radical aspect ratios) that give 6 litres internal volume and allow you to fit the driver would work.

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Old 19th September 2016, 05:52 PM   #13
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I am currently building an ACA amp. So at 6 amps which driver would you use? 7.3 or one of the 10's. I plan on running them with my AV receiver pre-outs for the short term. I don't currently have subs, but I plan to add some next year. I was thinking that High Passing the 7.3 instead of the 10.2 makes the most sense. I plan to use the speakers as mains in a music/HT setup.
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Would this work?
6 watts.

I use ACA with all 3 of these drivers. A10p are the most efficient thou, so if you have a big room or like to turn it up the A10p.

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Which has the bigger box between the 10p and the 10.3. I was looking at a Mar-Ken type enclosure. No sure if I would go to the extreme of the trapezoidal enclosure.
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There are 13 & 17 litre Mar-Kens for the A10p, 13 litre for the A10.3. Smaller versions are also doable but they may start looking kinda squat.

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