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Old 8th November 2009, 05:02 PM   #1
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Default Hurricane Ike Help

OK guy, in need of some help here. Hurricane Ike wiped out a lot of my gear, all my speakers. Fortunately I still had many components up high. The house is almost 100% again, but I need to build a sub for the living room. Mainly for movies. We listen to music in the man cave.
So I need to build a decent sub. The main speakers are some TB W5-704D's in a 2.5 config with Seas 27TBFC/G tweeters vented enclosure. The sub I need to down fire for room and the location.
I have a Eminance W1038R that was sitting on a shelf, my SoundEasy key got wet and I still haven't replaced it. So I'm not so sure if this one would work well.
I'm looking at the Dayton 10" RSS265HF and a plate amp. Keeps the box size down a bit.
Any help or suggestions?
Oh and fairly tight budget. I was lucky that I had a ton of drivers and parts up on the shelves, so most of what's been build is from past parts.
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