Best GR kit for 21L (.75cu) Cab

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wushuliu

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Best GR kit for 21L (.75cu) Cab
« on: 5 Apr 2012, 09:51 pm »
I have some PE 21L (.75cuft) cabinets that I would like to use. Baffle width and depth seem okay, but I see the 2-way kits use half the size and the N3 considerably more. Can I go ahead and use them anyway (at the cost of some power handling I'm guessing, but I listen at low-moderate levels).




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Re: Best GR kit for 21L (.75cu) Cab
« Reply #1 on: 5 Apr 2012, 10:46 pm »
That might be close to the internal volume of a sealed N3 or AV2.

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« Reply #2 on: 6 Apr 2012, 04:55 pm »
   Your .75 cu-ft PE cabinets would be suitable enclosure for the N3S ( Sealed) if their width is 8 inches. If their width is 10" they would not be suitable. Seems to me someone posted pictures of their N3S built using the 8" width Parts Express .75 cu-ft cabinets which they said worked great. If you use the N3S for your front mains then a good subwoofer is required to extend the low bass below 65 Hz.

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Re: Best GR kit for 21L (.75cu) Cab
« Reply #3 on: 6 Apr 2012, 11:19 pm »
   Your .75 cu-ft PE cabinets would be suitable enclosure for the N3S ( Sealed) if their width is 8 inches. If their width is 10" they would not be suitable. Seems to me someone posted pictures of their N3S built using the 8" width Parts Express .75 cu-ft cabinets which they said worked great. If you use the N3S for your front mains then a good subwoofer is required to extend the low bass below 65 Hz.

Thanks for the info.