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logans-electronics 23rd April 2010 06:40 PM

JL Audio subwoofer 2 or 1
 
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Not sure if it makes any difference but...check out my drawing.
Run 2 JL Audio 8w1 at 100 watts each or run 1 JL Audio 8w3 at 200 watts?:confused:

Not sure if surface area, build quality or power has any correlation here....let me know if any of you have tested this out before. Meaning running 1 8 inch sub with twice the power or 2 subs half the power.

4 door soft top jeep wrangler. Subs most likely won't make any difference when the top is down.

Let me know if you need more info!:)

vadi 24th April 2010 12:27 AM

I assume those models are the same size.
You'd need 400W and twice the excursion in order to get the same SPL from one speaker.
With two drivers, I think you can lower the space required for one driver in half, if you use an isobaric configuration (or in a tapped horn).

vadi 24th April 2010 01:00 AM

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Originally Posted by vadi (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/subwoofers/165654-jl-audio-subwoofer-2-1-a-post2164335.html#post2164335)
or in a tapped horn.

Sorry, that's wrong I think.
According to Hornresp (and some posts I skimmed) you could put it in a TH of the same size required for one driver but you'd get better performance.


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