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Old 8th February 2010, 11:35 PM   #1
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Lightbulb HSU TN1220HO amplifier and low pass

Time to add serious power to my HSU 120HO. Just completed studio in basement, concrete floor and walls for support. I'm going to need some big dBs, very clean, to mate with my fronts (stereo only). I'm thinking an adjustable low-pass with 40-80 upper range with 500+ watts capable of driving 2-4 ohm load.

The sub is a 4 foot high tube, 12" (I believe) driver with huge magnet (single coil), and about a 2 foot long bottom port, 3 inches wide, set about 1.5 inches from the concrete floor. There will be weight support on top as well if needed.

I'm interested in trading a beautiful working Musical Fidelity A2 (coming out of the shop as we speak), see my post in that thread.

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Old 12th February 2010, 01:04 AM   #2
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Issue resolved. Traded the local repair shop for an appropriate amp and cross-over.
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