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simpleacoustic 11th February 2011 03:23 PM

2 18 bass design
 
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Was just wondering how this design would work for 2 18" selenium 18SW2P

HomeAudiophile 11th February 2011 03:34 PM

Im kinda new at this stuff, haha. How does this work? Im bulding some subs soon.

simpleacoustic 11th February 2011 03:44 PM

LOL ,I'm new myself ,just lookin for some advice.I,m goin to start trying winisd and horn resp soon but its looking kinda complicated.I did some trial bass reflex for the same speakers and it worked great but want some different looking subs.

HomeAudiophile 11th February 2011 03:51 PM

Haha sorry I couldn't be helpful :p I dont know much about the boxes end of things yet.

epa 11th February 2011 09:17 PM

looks like a hybide.
basreflex horn combi.
you should be able to model this with horn responce.

where have i seen this model before:scratch2:

epa 11th February 2011 09:50 PM

found it :D

simpleacoustic 12th February 2011 03:40 PM

Yeah it' very similar but I'm a lil bit confused with hornresp since I'm new at it so I was wondering if to just try building one and see how it goes but more work also..
Each driver has the recomm. volume and port size for a bass reflex ,I am not sure if it will work positioned like this to minimize distortion.

tinitus 12th February 2011 04:17 PM

ah, a strange kind of "ripole"
mind you
its pro sound "subwoofer"
doesnt go so low, but instead louder
not really a domestic hifi thing
more in the party disco techno direction

look up ripole, which is a folded dipole

another "variations" is H-frame

plenty info on those

simpleacoustic 12th February 2011 04:23 PM

Thanks ,I do need it for outdoor djing ,probably a stack of 4 if it sounds good>I'll look it up.

tinitus 12th February 2011 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by simpleacoustic (Post 2466342)
Thanks ,I do need it for outdoor djing

ah, that changes everything


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