Ya. I still can't figure that one out. Back on subject...my horn is working awesome. Thundering, and what really gets me is the low volume response. It's incredible! It blows all my friends away too. It's so fun. I had someone over the other day who hasn't experienced it yet. Or seem it. And with the lights low, and the box painted the same as the walls...lets just say he was surprised. Then I explain the driver, the cost, and the amp. No one believes me.
I do wonder what it would be like under the influence of a "real" sub amp...maybe 300 watts of clean low end power.
Thank you so much for the quick reply and for helping me!
i have 2 choices: jl audio 12W3v2-D4 i have only one driver
second choice: polk audio db1240 i have 4 drivers of these and a yamaha p3500s amplifier with 900 watt bridged to power any of them.
i don t mind using several drivers and have around 300 cm height, 50 cm width, 50 cm depth to fit the sub. Lowest frequency is a priority.
14 hz is pretty good for me
and i'll try finding a place for the sub,make it fit,it's pretty well worth it!
and was there supposed to be any pictures or graphs? i don t see anything..
is the jl more suitable?
Many thanks :smile:
unfortunately i live in lebanon and it's almost impossible do get other kind of subs including the dayton one.
i take it the JL is a good substitute right?
i've tried reading the hornresp information you included before, still having problems explaining them and translating them into some wood dimensions
i'd really appreciate it if you can help me out with that :smile:
Much deeper areas where the response is not so good. But if you have a home similar to some of my Lebanese friends, it is either cement block or stone. The response will be much better in that type of a home.