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Old 15th April 2008, 12:31 AM   #1
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Default Up-firing 15"

Hello all, Saturday I went to a garage sale and bought a 15" pro audio woofer for $10. It is very new looking and it works! The driver has a decal on the back that says ELECTRO BASS Made in the U.S.A 1200w. It looks just like the Goldwood GW-15120 Deluxe PA Woofer. Needless to say, I am itching to make use of it. I have wanted to do a pro audio 15" subwoofer project for a while now.

I want to build it in an enclosure like the WLM Duo 15. This subwoofer has two drivers, one firing up and one down. Since I don't have a second driver that is identical, I want to build a similar enclosure with the 15" firing up and the ports on the bottom.

I am looking for feedback and opinions on this idea. Thank you

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