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Many thanks for the comments.The CSS SDX7 does look like a pretty sweet alternative. But what do you think you gave up by using the Easttech drivers?Chad
I would recommend 2 of ACIs Rage 12" drivers ($39 ea. if still available) in a +/- 1.5 cuft sealed isobaric cabinet, should get you down to low 30s and sound pretty tight.Lin
In general, I'm trying to gauge the tradeoff I'm facing between finding a low frequency driver that can keep up nicely with my Omegas (making me favor a smaller driver) and augmenting the bass output of my system (making me favor a larger driver).Chad
I didn't see the Rage drivers on the site. But that doesn't mean they're not there.I did ask Mike about the SV10 driver (a 10" driver that is used in the Force subwoofer). Mike suggested about a 1.5 cu. ft. box for these too. This reminds me, I need to contact him for details!Chad
Any other last minute suggestions that I should consider?Chad
Doug,Many thanks. The price for that unit looks pretty amazing. But I'm a little worried about a few things for my application. First, if I cross over at 100Hz, the powered sub will put another crossover in the system at 140Hz. Second, I'm not really sure how decent the amp in that sub will be, nor what type of messy circuitry will be encountered. Probably the most important issue, though, is that I've sort of set my heart on running sealed subs rather than ported ones. Perhaps I'm being silly, though.I gather the fact that these are "servo subs" offers some significant benefit. Maybe I shouldn't take this lightly. Moreover, it's hard to imagine that I'd be able to fulfill the alternate plan for as little as $400.Chad
Quote from: chadh on 18 Jun 2009, 10:40 pmAny other last minute suggestions that I should consider?ChadGet 4.
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