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  1. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Hello everyone, I'm new to the forums and was wondering if anyone could help me. I have been seeing a lot of the sonotube builds around the web and thought about turning my 10" Dayton MKIII into one. I played with the sonosub program and figured i would use a 22" tube to try and keep it some...
  2. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Ok I started a thread a bit back on building for a Dayton RSS390HF15 ported. I have not begun that project yet as i am now contemplating going with a Dayton Titanic MKIII 15 in a ported enclosure. Real reason for the change in project is enclosure size. I thought i would be alright with the 9+...
  3. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    hello everyone, new to the forum, amazing place. A week ago i had the idea of buying a new subwoofer, and this week i am in to my first build. I did my research first, and will be using a behringer ep 2500 to power my titanic in a 13 ish foot ported enclosure. I perhaps made my enclosure too...
  4. Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    Can anyone help me model a Dayton Titanic TIT400C MkIII in both a 3 cu ft and 3.5 cu ft sealed enclosure? I'm at work (with a locked down computer) and don't have access to WinISD. What I'm specifically wondering is the recommend amp size, where/when to boost EQ, and how the curve shapes up...
  5. Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    I had planned on building 2 cubes containing 15" Titanic MKIII's, but after completing one I am OK for now & will add another down the line if and when I feel the need for more. Considering my upgrade path from 10" Canton sub to 12" TSC sub, this 15 with Behringer EP2500 is a significant step up...
  6. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Greetings from one of the many new faces here. I have a modest HT setup in my living room, and as usual I'm looking to do some upgrades. 1st on my list is a powered sub. I've built auto subs in the past, as well as some full range stereo setups, but never a dedicated sub for HT/Music. Due to...
  7. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello, After reading for months:nerd:, I have decided to build a sub. At first my thoughts were to build an IB sub. But with some concerns of shaking up the roof structures :scared:, and more so after some modeling in WinISD, decided to go with ported sub (for now). Now, which driver to use? I...
  8. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hi All, I emailed Dayton for box specs for the Dayton 15 in MKIII. They told me 5.4 CUFT with a 4 inch port 13.25 inches long. So I built the two cabinets super well with good bracing and the 4 inch port both being powered by a Crown XTI 4000 (one per channel) and I must say it sounds awful! I...
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