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Old 24th February 2015, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default SW.STX.10.2.500.8.F.A.FC.X : Build report

Just to finish the report of the awesome and cheap (in europe)SW.STX.10.2.500.8.F.A.FC.X, here it is recorded with REW and minidsp umik-1, in a 25 liters (yes!) bass reflex tuned around 30-35hz, really heavily stuffed (400g if i remember well), 30 off axis response.
I post it here as it's a subwoofer, 13,5mm xmax speaker, and 24xmech, even if it was built as a mini bass guitar cab. Now i wait for a order his 2,5" little friend and crossover components, to cross around 700hz. It will be played with a 175w class d bass head with built in subsonic filter, so it won't be pushed too hard.
Break-in was done at 20hz pure sine wave @+/-xmax during 1 hour without baffle.

All comment are welcome !
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