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I'm pondering 2 M-x's in a ~10 ft^3 sealed enclosure. :hsd:
The other option would be a single drive in a ported box or with 2 PRs.
Is there a down side to dual drivers in a single enclosure other than cost?
 

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No... just cost and size. It limits you a little in terms of driver layout and what look you want to achieve. But no, two drivers per box mounted opposing has the advantage of canceling some vibration and as long as you can live with the box size, has no downside.

Kevin Haskins
Exodus Audio
What's the best way of wiring them: the VCs in series and the drivers in parallel, or the VCs in parallel and the drivers in series, or it doesn't matter?

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I plan to have two duals up front near the corners and two singles on in each of the sidewalls. I have a total of 4 EP2500s. The room is 6000 cf. I doubt I'll need to run them very hard. :bigsmile:
 

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I plan to have two duals up front near the corners and two singles on in each of the sidewalls. I have a total of 4 EP2500s. The room is 6000 cf. I doubt I'll need to run them very hard. :bigsmile:
:eek:utstanding:

Wow... you will have plenty of output. If you equalize you could still clip an amp. It doesn't take long with EQ to suck the power right out of an amp.

Kevin Haskins
Exodus Audio
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