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Forum: IB - Infinite Baffle Subwoofer Build Projects   08-12-11, 08:16 AM
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Posted By Mike P.
Re: Dayton IB385-8 15" sound quality?

The 2 ohm subs would be a good choice if you're sure 2 subs is all you'll need. Each would receive 650 watts per channel on the EP2000, or you can wire them together in series for a 4 ohm load,...
Forum: IB - Infinite Baffle Subwoofer Build Projects   08-11-11, 10:58 AM
Replies: 37
Views: 16,230
Posted By Mike P.
Re: Dayton IB385-8 15" sound quality?

With 4 ohms subs, one to each channel, the EP2000 would be my choice. $259, shipping included.
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Forum: IB - Infinite Baffle Subwoofer Build Projects   08-11-11, 09:43 AM
Replies: 37
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Posted By Mike P.
Re: Dayton IB385-8 15" sound quality?

It needs to be determined first if there's a possibility of adding another pair of subs in the future if you decide 2 subs aren't enough. If that is a possibility then an amp choice can be made with...
Forum: IB - Infinite Baffle Subwoofer Build Projects   08-11-11, 07:05 AM
Replies: 37
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Posted By Mike P.
Re: Dayton IB385-8 15" sound quality?

The 4 Daytons run out of excursion with 300 watts.
Bridging 4 channels of the amp to 2 channels and using one channel to each D4 Fi sub, a pair will handle 800 watts

With your specific amp the...
Forum: IB - Infinite Baffle Subwoofer Build Projects   08-08-11, 08:10 PM
Replies: 37
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Posted By Mike P.
Re: Dayton IB385-8 15" sound quality?

If you're going with the Dayton drivers, split the LFE output of your receiver 4 ways, one output to each of 4 inputs on the ATI amp. 150 watts into 8 ohms goes to each sub, 600 watts total.
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