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Old 31st August 2006, 10:36 PM   #1
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Default Twin RS 15 HF Sub

Ok guys I need some input. I have been planning a new HT sub for a while now after I built my Quatro 15/ plate 240 combo a while back. I am happy with the quatro but it just simply isn't enough.

I am ordering the drivers tomorrow and think I have settled on the Dayton RS 15 HFs. With the price what it is... I have modeled them in WinISD and have come up with the following idea so far:

2 subs in one box, push-pull configuration, 25 ft^3 tuned to 15HZ. This should give an F3 of 15HZ. Suggestions?

TIA Ethan

Btw, for right now they will be driven off an Altec Lansing 9444A amp, roughly 600 watts on tap at 8 ohm. Don't know if it's stable to 2 ohm but I don't think so. It's 300 x 2 at 4 ohm or 600 x 1 at 8 ohm bridged.
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