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04-08-19 06:55 PM
cburbs
2 -si 15" D2s in an IB

I was told directly by SI this is possible -- convert it into an IB . How do you determine the box size for them?

Two options for placement = living room wall and off the garage or living room floor and under neath the floor.

If I do the garage I would do one box like this -





My concern is will it vibrate the TV and on wall speakers since all 3 front speakers and TV are mounted on that wall especially if I use the garage for the IB?

I have done some reading but just trying to figure out how big my box would need to be with these subs. Any help on the above questions would be great.

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