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  1. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    OK, so I've been toying with the idea of building a sealed subwoofer, to pair with a Zaph ZRT kit that I've recently purchased. I've already got several SoundSplinter RL-P15s at my disposal, so I'm gonna use them. When I look at the SS website, these are recommended (optimally) in a 4.6 cu...
  2. REW Forum
    I'll be installing a home theater in a room that would be described best as an acoustical nightmare because the floor is terazzo, the ceiling is wood lath and plaster and the walls are plaster on brick which is attached to poured concrete foundation walls. The intersection of the walls to the...
  3. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Long time listener, first time caller. I'm getting into modeling subwoofers for the first time. I have done a bit of research and might know enough to be dangerous (probably in a bad way). I'm detail oriented and want to understand why I'm doing what I'm doing. I'm a mechanical engineer...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    It has been a while since I have done any audio projects and am looking to start toying around with one again. Was just curious what enclosure modeling program everyone was using. Is WinISD still the preferred free standard? Anything other than Term-PRO for paid that is not too terribly...
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Good evening all , I want to build a dual tc sound lmr15 port sub. i modeled a box 6 cubic feet powered by 2 ep4000 bridge and daisychain tuned to 20Hz Could someone with more experience than me verify my calculation to make sure everything is allright Greatly appeciated Alain
  6. Creative Sound Solutions
    Any chance you could model this for me in a small ported and sealed box to go in my car? I have 600 watts, and would love to try this in my car, but i have found zero info on it. I was thinking 1 cuft sealed, and maybe 1.5cu ft ported tuned to like 27hz.
  7. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Dear all, I'm new to horn modeling, but have two old eliminator 2 wbin cabs. It is apparent to me how to model single driver, single path horns, but how does one model wbin cabs where the throat of the horn immediately diverges into two separate paths that eventually terminate as (almost) one...
  8. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Please help me design a passive radiator enclosure for my 2 Cerwin Vega VMAX15.2 drivers. Power is coming from a pair of BASH 500 plate amps and signal will be optimized by Audyssey in a receiver or separates yet to be purchased. I'm not fond of sealed boxes but last time I attempted to spec a...
  9. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I am working on modeling some subs with the intent of building a 24" Sonotube LLT with a 15" driver. I have looked at Dayton, Bravox (on buyout right now at Parts-Express.com), Soundsplinter, etc. I think I have settled on the Dayton Ultimax UM15-22, about 300L volume and a tune around 18hz. At...
  10. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    EDIT: Cut from another thread. Mike P. Hi Graham, are we sure these files are correct? I am modeling them and they need huge boxes to achieve any tuning efficiency. Attached is my project file. Zach
  11. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Ok after a month or so I believe I've narrowed down my sub choice. The research has taken me in a completey different direction. My choice is now between the TC sounds epic 12 and JL audio 13w6. I've modeled and these subs in my models are almost identical to 600w in ported enclosure. The...
  12. 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...
  13. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    My WinISD program has gone haywire. I'm unable to model anything. It keeps stating access violation. I unistalled and reinstalled=nothing. Anyways I have 2 ready made empty enclosures. One is 3.8ft3 & the other is 5.5ft3. Both are before drivers, bracing and ports. Will the UXL work best in...
  14. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Still planning out first DIY build and surely overthinking this, but maybe that is half the fun:innocent: I already purchased a BASH 300 amp (maybe too soon) and am hemming and hawing between various 12 and 15" drivers. currently looking at the RE SEX series as well as the Alpine SWR series...
  15. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Can someone help me model the ten in this diagram? I am not at home and don't have the program with me. I have a 3cuft enclosure with a 4"x16" round port. Would this work in that box? Thanks in advance!!!!
  16. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hi, I've been a reader for quite a while, just registered on the site as it seems to have the best information available. I have WinISD, and put the paramaters of this driver, a Dayton Titanic 1200, PN 295-400,and I'm coming up with very odd results. When I called PE about the driver, they...
  17. Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    All the talk about the HO being better suited for sealed use, I just dont see it. What am I missing?
  18. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I'm looking for a bit of help modeling a music subwoofer project that will probably consist of two TC Sounds Epic 8" drivers in a sealed box. The 8" sub is for a narrow profile to match my monitors - (ATC SCM 20-2A) are active and have usable bass into the upper 30s. I'm not worried about loud...
  19. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I was wonder if someone could model the tc sounds epic 12 and lmsr 12 in a 2 cube seal enclosure for me. Winisd is give me a bunch of error pop-ups for some reason. Thanks Jason
  20. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hi , What would be a better combination both using the bash 500. the dayton 15 inch hf, or the dayton mk3? A ported cabinet is what im leaning to because its mostly used for ht. The room is about 400 sq foot & opens up into the kitchen area.any help modeling would be great, thanks
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