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shajan 12th April 2005 04:41 AM

I have a driver that came out of a Hsu VTF2 subwoofer. I'd like to build a box for it but I don't have any TS specs. I'll be using a plate amp (300W) to power it.

Any suggestions on box volume or/and alignment will be appreciated.

Stocker 12th April 2005 06:01 AM

If you took measurements of the old box it came out of...

Rob Kramer 12th April 2005 07:49 AM

For the box, why not just use the same dims (volume) and port as the VTF2?

shajan 12th April 2005 02:45 PM

Using the same box and a more powerful amp, it kept bottoming out. (The original amp had burned out and instead of OEM replacing it, I purchased the PE 300W. Will eventually get a matching driver for it)

Meanwhile, I am thinking of a larger sealed box for the HSU driver but can't decide on the optimum volume..

simon5 12th April 2005 07:14 PM

Well, if it's already bottoming out, it will bottom out in a bigger enclosure that's for sure. If it's already vented, it's even worse.

You could measure the T/S parameters by yourself.

If you can't do that, I would recommend to go sealed, in a bigger box if you want to.

Another option is lowering the gain behind the amplifier to prevent it from bottoming out...

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