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Yout location if it's close I have a Rolls SX45 2 way you can have for the cost of shipping
hey barthigher Q bass driver could eliminate the need for any bass boost. Alpha is very high Q, that's why it's so popular with OB experimenters. I think it's too high Q, but many people like it. Beta 15 is Q .58, that should get you down to ~40Hz without EQ. Delta is Q.52, maybe <50Hz without boost on 18" baffle. Delta costs more because it has stronger motor to control the cone better and make more detail. Just depends what your sonic preferences.The DCX is popular xo box. I have one with modded analog output. The analog inputs sound bad, and it's not very reliable, the digital input receiver chip fails often. But it's relatively cheap for DSP crossover and the concept and user interface is excellent. You'll need XLR>RCA adapters to connect to consumer gear. When using the digital input it sounds OK enough to use on the full range driver too - as long as you're not a golden-ear type. I'm not recommending it as I am not a big fan of it, but I recognize that it serves a useful purpose.If you use a computer for your music source, then you can do the bass boost for the Delta driver inside the music player software, that would allow the use of the Behringer CX2310 for the low pass on the Delta 15 playing down to 30Hz. But having a computer in the music system is two edged sword. It can sound very nice, but it can be fussy just when you rather listen to music. The Yung SD100 doesn't have any EQ controls. I think a regular stereo amp for the bass, like your original plan is a better value.If you can build DIY electronics, you can make an inepensive and very good sounding low pass filter and also EQ for your subs, using information and PCBs from Rod Elliot website.
Pass design also. The build was a quickie and when and if I'm satisfied I'll build another pair, taking my time and with Baltic Birch.This pic is with AN 10 Classics. I'm also going to try Jordan Eikona-2's
Nice!Mkane, have you ever tried the h-frame sub config as well?If yes, how do you compare it with the slot-loaded config?
Bart if you could use the PAP OBA15 Ferrite(it is a special Alpha15A $139/pair) you could not need correction or xover, if need you should use just a 4.7mH inductor (270Hz).Your project will be more simple. Just a idea.http://www.pureaudioproject.com/product/15inch-open-baffle-bass-woofers/
I have not. The first OB project the woofers were in the baffle. This is my second OB build. Bass is just right for the SLOB using Mini DSP HD. I've never listened to anyone else's OB so I'm not sure how there suppose to sound.
Hi FullRangeMan,I've looked at the link given, it stated Euro139 and only available from Germany, I'll send them an email to ask about this.When you said it's going to be more simple, I still need the fullrange driver right? And the configuration is as per PAP Trio 15 with two 15inch per side?Basically my listening room is quite small, roughly 10ft x 11ft.
It will be more simple in the xovers, it not need DSP corrections.You yest will need the FR driver, avoid use 2 woofers if you have a small amp, it will lower impedance to 4 ohms level, unless you have a amp that run safely in 4 ohms, I dont had this luck.Please note that PAP OBA15 sensitivity is 93dB already as OB, others Eminence drivers show SPL around 97dB or higher in a huge BR box.
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