I just built a seventeen cubic ft box with a crown XTI-2000 amp with an Onkyo 605 receiver , the wiring is 8 ohms bridged and I am getting some kind of fluttering sound from the speaker at both low and high volumes.:wits-end: It doesn't play loud and my port may be too close to the driver but...
At last the box is almost ready. I only need to do the finishing touches (which I don't
have the patience to do... )
My first plan was to go vented (about 350-400 liters) but after I saw the big tube in my
room, I changed my mind and went on a small sealed box (about 110 liters). four times...
hello everyone I'm building a subwoofer box.it is about 698 liters before subtracting for the port. driver. bracing. etc. it will be my fist sub build. I got it from ss around last November while i was waiting for an sr-71 speaker kit. now I'm ready for a sub. I never tested the rlp-18 when I...
For sale is 2 brand new in the box Soundsplinter RL-P18 D2's. I planned building 2 LLT enclosures for them (thread can be seen here) but am deciding to head a different route:duh: I am going to put a big hole in my wall and do a manifold :coocoo:. My wife is going to kill me :hide:.
I live in...
Before I get into the discussion, first let me introduce myself...my name is Dave and I am a bassaholic -j/k. Anyways, I have talked with some of you regarding your dual 18" setups namely BTP, Scotty, SSabripo, and I followed Steve Callas and his thread for LLT's explained. BTW Mike @ Sound...
OK I need help. Plan is two rl-p18 in a box under screen. Box can be 15'6" wide 28" tall want the box as narrow as possible was hopping only 18" deep. With the box being so shallow will that cause any problems? I came up with a internal volume of 40 to 45 cubic feet. Was thinking I would have...
I see that most RL-P18 D2s are in 550-650l enclosures. That is too big for me. What about a 400l sono tuned to ~13.5-14hz? Would this be advisable over a RL-P15 D2 in 300l sono tuned to ~15hz?
My models show the 15 flatter, but more output from the 18 and more extension. Would my room...
I'm looking at building a pair of subs for my HT with about 15 cubic feet of volume per sub. The SDX-15 is attractive for all the obvious reasons, but then I found myself unable to let go of the fact the RL-P18 has a lot more surface area and displacement capability, is one gorgeous driver, and...
Hey all. This is for all you Home Theater Shack folks...
Build Thread : http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=845994
Design: EBS/LLT vented tuned to 11hz
Enclosure: ~25cu ft each (725 liters each) 24"wide, 45" tall", 50.5" deep
Driver(s): Sound Splinter RLp-18d4 (one per cab)...
im going to be building a 16 cubic foot (4x2x2ft) enclosure for an rl-p18. tuning is going to be around 16hz. the only thing im stuck on is the vent size. what would be an optimal size. would 2"x12" be good?
First post over here. I'm currently looking at doing the RL-p18 in a
27 cu.ft. sonotube (30"x 66") less port and driver volume. I might do two since I have the extra piece of tubing, with both driven by an EP2500.
What are the guru's thoughts on tuning or the volume for that...
Here is the dedicated build hread for the Sound Splinter / Home Theater Shack RL-p18 contest driver. I hope this thread will be helpfull and at the same time pay tribute to all here at the Shack and Mike at Sound Splinter, so here we go!:fireworks2::fireworks3::fireworks1:
I am about to purchase an RL-P18 for my home theatre.:jump: Will the SQ on the D4 be any better then the D2? Either way, I plan to wire in series.
QSC PLx 1602 -BRIDGED 8 ohms - 1100W, or 4 ohms - 1600W
Box – Sealed 4.5 ft3.
I have little feel for what 1100W will...
So it begins... :mooooh:
Ive ordered the following so far:
For the Subwoofer itself:
24" dia. 12' section of sonotube
Soundsplinter RL-p18 D2
Some Binding Posts
Behringer XENYX 802
All that remains is 2-5 trips to HD for...
:fireworks2: Congratulations to members John Simpson and Mongrel714... each win a SoundSplinter RL-p18 driver! :fireworks1:
Compliments of SoundSplinter and the Shack!
:dancebanana: :party: :woohoo: