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Creative Sound Solutions Designs​

This section is dedicated to CSS and their drivers. For people wanting to build something using a CSS driver, we have put together some designs for members to feel free to use. The designs are all based on models designed using WinISD pro (alpha). They are not based on an actual real world builds, but end results are to be expected to be very close to what you see below in the WinISD graphs, and they have proven accurate time and time again. There is also a good chance someone has built something similar to our base design, and if so it will be in our members build database, so feel free to take a look there and get real world feed back on CSS products and DIY subwoofers based around their products.
 

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SDX 10 - Sealed

SDX 10 - Sealed

This is a model of the SDX 10 in a 25 litre sealed cabinet. This model results in a QTC of just under .7 and can handle the drivers maximum 300 watts. Once the driver is added, and the bracing is fitted, final volume will reduce marginally. Its is recommended that polyester fibre fill is used to stuff the cabinet inside. This will have the effect of giving the sub a deeper sound and will offset lost volume due to the addition of the driver. No internal lining is required for this design and with a compact enclosure like this, bracing isnt essential which keeps things very simple. No HPF is needed as the driver remains within xmax right down to 10hz with full input power, however, adding in a 20 or 25 hz HPF will yield better results from this compact sub and allow greater output from the filter point up.

Construction is from 25mm (1") MDF. Being a smaller less powerful sub, using thinner MDF isnt a problem if so desired, but this is based around thicker sturdier material to improve cabinet properties.

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Trio 12 - Sealed

Trio 12 - Sealed

This is a model of the Trio 12 in a 62 litre sealed cabinet. This model results in a QTC of just under .7 and can handle the drivers maximum 350 watts. Once the driver is added, and the bracing is fitted, final volume will reduce marginally. Its is recommended that polyester fibre fill is used to stuff the cabinet inside. This will have the effect of giving the sub a deeper sound and will offset lost volume due to the addition of the driver. No internal lining is required for this design and with a compact enclosure like this, bracing isnt essential which keeps things very simple. No HPF is needed as the driver remains within xmax right down to 10hz with full input power, however, adding in a 20hz HPF will yield better results from this compact sub and allow greater output from 20hz up.

Construction is from 25mm (1") MDF.

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SDX 15 - Sealed

SDX 15 - Sealed

This is a model of the SDX 15 in a 106 litre sealed cabinet. This model results in a QTC of .7 and can handle the drivers maximum 1000 watts. Once the driver is added, and the bracing is fitted, final volume will reduce marginally (100 litres). Its is recommended that polyester fibre fill is used to stuff the cabinet inside. This will have the effect of giving the sub a deeper sound and will offset lost volume due to the additions of the driver and bracing. No internal lining is required for this design. No HPF is needed as the driver remains within xmax right down to 10hz with full input power.

Construction is from 25mm (1") MDF. The bracing is from 18mm (¾") MDF.

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