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Old 30th September 2017, 01:56 PM   #51
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Have you considered a small sealed box and EQing, like, for instance a Linkwitz transform circuit or this Sub-Woofer Controller
Is it an active circuit and separate amp for the bass section?
ATM I'm buying a chinese valve amp
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Yes, both are active, the ESP one is handy because it uses a particularly small cabinet to raise the resonant frequency and then EQs below.
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To be honest I lack the skills for that. If there was a way of adding a passive EQ circuit to work with an existing amp, I'd be really interested.
But yes, using two or even 1 of these drivers in a sealed with enough EQ to hit 40hz f3 would be amazing. They only need around 25 litres each.

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There is such a thing as a passive line level crossover which could be an option, it still requires a separate amp for the woofers. TLS.org | Passive Line-Level Crossover
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There is such a thing as a passive line level crossover which could be an option, it still requires a separate amp for the woofers. TLS.org | Passive Line-Level Crossover
Ah I just figured out that's Kate Bush in your avatar!
Thanks for the help and the link. I suppose a separate sub amp would be an option. Ive got a Line Magnetic amp coming, so I kind of blew my budget..
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