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post #51 of 261 Old 03-28-13, 01:07 PM
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I just want to thank you guys for your excellent Q & A session! I'm sure that others are following along and share my thoughts as well.
Oh yes. Learning a boatload. More than I ever have reading about horns. I have the room an haven't started my SI18 LLT. So maybe.......
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post #52 of 261 Old 03-30-13, 11:18 AM
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

I'm back.

Sometime today I will post a sub design for you.

But I will not fold it.

That is the fun part

What is your maximum area?

And Volume?

This is a riser correct?

How high to the ceiling do you want to be?

And if I remember correctly you want four subs?

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post #53 of 261 Old 03-30-13, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

Thanks for your offer it is much appreciated.

The plan is to have 2 ULF subs behind the screen; max size internal volume - 66cm x 68cm x 180cm
And Have between 1-4 subs under the riser depending on the size; internal volume - 40.64cm x 249cm x 365cm
The max height of the riser is 16" or 40.64cm, so the most I could go is a 15" driver.
Would prefer 2 or 4 though so they can be opposed in the same rear chamber.
Max budget would be $600-$800 for the woofers.

They also don't have to be the same design or frequency range as they will be feed though seperate outputs of my miniDSP to adjust phase and crossover points.

I can fold it up no problem!

Also the lower the better

Thanks Again!
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

Here is something that should knock your socks off:

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I like that looks perfect and would fit 4 under the riser and 2 up front!
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

Not to bad for 20 minutes!

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Ha. Show off. Lol.
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

Twenty minutes and twenty years and if you look closely 400 plus sims in the last three years.

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post #59 of 261 Old 03-30-13, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah that helps.


So you think the Dayton is my best bet?
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re: Horn Sub Input Please - Build In Progress!

Bang for the buck, yes.

They are a very well made driver. And that sim is done from measured specs. I have two of these drivers in my collection.

And in the interest of keeping things simple your other subs could be done the same way.

How are you planning on ordering the drivers?

I have a commercial account with PE. If the order is over $500 they ship for free.

Send me a P.M. if you are interested.

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