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Old 03-02-12, 02:05 PM   #1
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New 87 cuft ib setup


After reading about Harley haulers ib I decided to try out a pair of the kicker comp 15s. After modeling in winisd it looks ok as far as I can tell I. The 87 cuft cabinet. I just can't figure out if I need to worry about a high pass filter. I will be using a inuke 1000 to power the subs. The amp may be a little overkill but I figure if I don't push it I should be ok. I tried to model them as a ported sub but I couldn't figure that out I don't know what I should tune it to. Any input would be appreciated


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Can you upload the driver file?


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I have it on my computer how do I upload it or do you mean to just post it on this thread


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I think i uploaded it

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Re: New 87 cuft ib setup


The 15" Kicker Comp SVC 4 ohm is model number 05C154. 150 watts will take a pair of these to Xmax at 18 hz.

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Do you think they would model better in a vented setup. I wish I knew how to use winisd better. Thanks for your help.


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Yes, much more output in vented. Here's a single Comp vented compared to a single Comp In an IB.
Each sub will need 10 cu.ft. tuned to 22 hz with two 4" round ports. Power would be 250 watts with a subsonic filter at 18 hz for each sub.

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What about modeled in the 87 cuft enclosure would they possibly work ported.


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Why so big?


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I have the space under stairs already sealed off


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