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Old 7th May 2008, 09:57 AM   #21
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Since you live in the USA you should consider this $65 driver.

With freight four of these should run you about $300.

A pair per side will displace more air than most $400 pro sound 18" drivers, and as a solid 4R load they are a good match for the kind of amplifiers you should be looking at (I would look at the Tapco J1400).

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Read this thread to get an idea of what the boxes should look like (anything is OK if the net volume and port size are correct), you could make them a bit smaller (and give up some of that lovely bass).

http://speakerplans.com/forum/forum_...14684&KW=%2465

Start off with two cabinets (four drivers), one amp. Double up when you can afford it.
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