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Old 16th September 2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Dual opposed sealed or two seperate sealed subs?

Looking to get some TC LMS-R 15 drivers and was looking at sealed as two super art cabs or a single dual opposed one. I was also considering a pr but think it woul be fun to have some usable output Dow to 10hz for a change.

The main draw to having two separate subs is to try and even the response out a bit more throughout my room.

I just don't know if the dual opposed woul be worth it unless I was 100% sure I was going to be able to add another one later down the road. And I'm not....and I can always Renuild if that is the case.


The only other option is a PR and of course there is the higher SPL to be had there with losing a little in the lower end but that rout costs a little more than just getting two lms-r which should yield enough spl for movies.....please correct me if I am wrong....

Anyways, what would be the best route? Also the external deminsions will be 16" by 18" by 19" for where it has to fit as two desperate sealed subs
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Old 16th September 2012, 11:00 PM   #2
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Two separate. No question. This allows you to move them around. Two is the minimum number of subs I would try to use for hi-fi.
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Old 17th September 2012, 12:48 AM   #3
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Thanks for the input, that is what I was thinking as well, fill the room better with bass.

My main concern is the amount of SPL I will achieve. I would like to have close to 110 at 20hz. Of course I dont HAVE to have that, but I know that is a good level to have for those big explosions/plane/train crash scenes.
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