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Spasticteapot 27th August 2010 08:37 PM

Lowest distortion (sub?)woofer up to 300hz?
I'm working on a pair of Yg Acoustics knock-offs. While I'm pretty sure I could go out and buy the woofers used (ScanSpeak 23Ws?), they're awfully expensive and, to be honest, a bit limited in terms of output. Can anyone recommend a very low distortion woofer or sub good for 110dB from 30hz-300hz that's a bit less bonkers? I hear the Soundsplinter 10" and Seas L26ROY are pretty good, and I might be able to get a pair secondhand for $300 or so...

djk 28th August 2010 08:42 AM

A pair of CSS TRIO8 in push-pull would probably far exceed the requirements you have.

With 14mm x-max they would have some output, and they're only about $85 each.

Shorting rings are fine for reducing midrange distortion, push-pull mounting will further reduce the bass distortion.

Do a Google search on PPSL + djk for more info.

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