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Old 13th August 2008, 02:18 AM   #1
gychang is offline gychang  United States
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Default subwoofer module on entertainment center

I want to build a small sub with this 8" speaker:

I have Pioneer Elite VSX-33TX (5.1, with 100w/ch for suboutput with variable x-over freq and volume control built in) that I will be using to drive small satellite speakers (will be using 2.1 setup).

1. Will the passive subwoofer system work?

I want to add the subwoofer module to the 15x15" entertainment center on the bottom where the carton box is situated.

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2. what should the size of subwoofer box be?

3. better sealed or with the port? and size of the tube?


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