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|3rd October 2011, 08:12 PM||#1|
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Stereo Peerless XLS 10's: LT or PR?
I have two Peerless XLS 10" subs and two of the matching 400 gramme passive radiators.
I intend to build a fully active system, using 6.5-7" mid bass drivers, 1" dome tweeters and the Peerless for the lower registers.
Originally I intended on using the passive radiators to tune the boxes to around the 22hz mark.
Now I am thinking that with sufficient power it may be a good idea to try a linkwitz transform instead. Absolute maximum SPL isn't hugely important. I can't remember the last time I wanted to inflict 100db of 20hz on my neighbours! I am much more interested in getting good integration, attempt a flat 20-20 and have nice tight, musical bass.
What, in your opinion, would sound better? The linkwitz transform or the PR?
I don't yet have WinISD installed on this computer.. Would it be possible to build the cabs with removable baffles and try each: IE will an internal volume that tunes well with the PR be OK to use sealed with the LT?
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