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Old 8th July 2011, 01:40 PM   #1
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Default DIY active subwoofer: phl audio?

hello,

I tried a Velodyne SPL 800 to use it in 2.1: it's very compact but for most intruments it enough to have good bass. Most of instruments does not go under 35hz...

Is there a DIY solution a wich could be better than the velodyne I used?

I don't want a bass reflex but prefer a sealed one. I can accept box up to 80liters...I heard about qualities of PHL drivers...I heard NPass like them...

Thanks for your help: David
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