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Old 20th October 2006, 07:47 PM   #1
CarlosT is offline CarlosT  United States
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Default Isobaric PVC Pipe Project

I'm designing an easy isobaric sub to be made with 6" PVC but unfortunately there are not many fittings that will easily lend themselves to creating an internal isobaric tunnel inside PVC.

Anyone try such a project?

BTW the drivers are Dayton DS135-8s and a cheapie Dayton sub amp.

Thanks for the help.
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