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Old 31st January 2007, 12:25 AM   #1
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Anyone used this driver in a sealed box without the passive radiator? Seems to be some differing views on box size, from 29 litres (qtc 0.7, f3 32Hz) to 50+ litres. Any experiences/suggestions?
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I've got a pair of those in approx. 55 liters: very good sounding low distortion subwoofers. If your primary aim is to get high SPL, look elsewhere, though.
If I could redo the project, I'd probably go for a smaller box. Thirty to fourty liters would be fine.

EDIT: this thing needs a lot of power! I've got 200 watts @ 4 ohm, but this is hardly enough.
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