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Old 31st January 2010, 10:37 AM   #1
barandsail is offline barandsail  United States
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Default Help with sub

Ok..My previous post was a little lame. I need a little advice on what to do with 2 subs, I know they may seem like toys to some here, but for now thats what I have to work with.
I have an ADC little sub, sealed chamber firing into a small ported enclosure, 10". Rated 41Hzto 165Hz. Crossover is 2 coils and 2 Caps, distibuting high pass to small sats. I have also laying around a Klipsch Promedia2.1 sub rated down to 31Hz, amp inoperable. The ADC woofer is a dual voice coil, I'd like to use the crossover to run the Klipsch and my question is can I run both woofer leads out of the crossover to the klipsch(only one pair off leads)or do I risk amp damage doing so?
Other alternative if anyone is familiar with the ADC....putting in a larger enclosure?
Any help would be appreciated.Imma poor guy with limited options
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