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Old 28th June 2012, 06:16 PM   #1
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First time DIY'r here, so excuse my ignorance.

I have a pair of Spica TC-50's that I like a lot. Their only caveat is that they roll of sharply at 70hz. Also, the woofers are irreplaceable.

I have two 12'' woofers that I salvaged from a pair of defunct Rectillieaner 3's that I would like to integrate with the Spicas in a seperate enclosure.

Is it possible to make this a passive subwoofer that integrates with the Spicas?

The reason I want a passive one is that way I can play some rock music without fearing that I will blow the irreplaceable Spica woofers.

Any aswers will be much appreciated.
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