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  1. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Hey guys, Looking to build (actually get a sub built) to fill a ~8000 cuft room. I was originally looking to build a sealed 18" (thanks Musikpirate for helping with the design) but after much weighing of my skillset and available time I'm gonna outsource this one. After reading the LLT basics...
  2. Creative Sound Solutions
    With special thanks to Mike P. here and Robbie Skipton over at http://www.bmdgraphics.co.uk, I proudly present to you my first DIY Subwoofer build. Here's the PSP port all the way from madisound. Flare close up Port dry fit Then driver After drilling for binding posts Dry fit of them...
  3. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello everyone, As my Maelstrom X 21 is on it's way, I have to start planning the woodworks. I have modeled an enclosure to obtain a nearly flat frequency graph and reference output levels from about 12hz upwards. This is my first DIY loudspeaker project based on my reading and understanding...
  4. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Driver: Mal-x 21 Volume: 1200L tune: 14hz amp: ep4000 design thread: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/diy-subwoofers-general-discussion/36556-sub-design-help.html
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    At the moment, I have a pair of Dayton DVC385-88 15" drivers that I'm using in a 6.3cf sealed push-pull configuration. I've looked at the 15" Titanic MkIII and ran the numbers though WinISD Pro, but these drivers don't offer anything better over what I already have. In fact, they are just about...
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