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  1. Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    Awhile back I got some 10" Dayton DVC subs on clearance for $20 each. I wanted to get one for my Mom's Onkyo HTIB sub with it's nasty 60hz port tune and one for my car. Now that the ice has thawed, I got to it. I would have been finished and listening to it this weekend, but I threw my back out...
  2. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I am planning on building a set of 12" sub for my 5.0 set up in my basement. I have been jumping back and forth on which sub will be a better sub. The two subs I'm considering are the Dayton reference 12ho and the tc sounds axis. Can someone please help I'm driving myself nuts. Thanks.
  3. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Seriously thinking of using 2 -4 LMS 5400 drivers in 2 separate sealed enclosures. I have made DIY car subs , buit never used any science at all and was basically a box with a sub. Is it the box that dictates the kind of bass that will be had or is it the driver? Will it need onboard EQ? I...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello, I am new to the forum and am in the process of putting together a HT system. I have already built a 5.1 system consisting of the Tritrix MTM Transmission Line(main) + Tritrix MTM Vented Center + Tritrix MT Surrounds. These speakers do pretty well into the mid to low 40 hz range. My...
  5. Creative Sound Solutions
    Hi, I was looking at buliding a new sub. Something sealed with a couple PR's to help keep the overall size small. Right now I have a SDX-15 sub and a ep-2500. I was looking at WinISD and was thinking of something around 3.5 to 4 ft3. As for the PR's I saw the 18" 2100g ones at CSS and the 15"...
  6. REW Forum
    I've got my hands on the old style radio shack SPL meter for a future project, and to get myself familiar with REW, I thought I'd see what I could get out of my retired Yamaha YST-MSW10 sub. It's a small 25W ported box with a 16cm driver that came with an old computer and it's specified from...
  7. Classifieds - Equalization & Calibration Equipment
    R-DES (Rocket Digital Equalization System) is a PC based 6-band parametric EQ used to correct your subwoofer’s in-room response. This eliminates annoying frequency peaks created by your subwoofer’s interaction with certain characteristics of your room. The result is smooth, even, and natural...
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