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Old 18th August 2006, 07:56 AM   #1
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Default Complete: Bridged SC480s with JBL 12"

My brothers recently completed system. Im tempted to get one similar. 110dB in room,could measure outside.But good to know its in the right SPL range it should be.

JBL 1204 on ~1.5cubic ft sealed
= Nice warm bass

Doesnt have the lows,like my old 2226 had between 30hz-40hz but its ok.

Bros keen to make the attached BP6,get some more SPL hehe!Im interested in seeing how bad it sounds,the bandpass design that is.

Good listening experience.

2x SC480 Bridged for ~200w? RMS at 8ohm

Will add sub filter in near future! :P

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