Can you make a Subwoofer out of a Paradigm CC-70 Center channel speaker?

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Bsmooth

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I have a CC-70 that I no longer use, can I convert it to a small powered subwoofer ? I think it uses (2) 5 1/4 and a tweeter. If I took out the tweeter and installed a small amp what sort of bass response could I get.

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That speaker is rated to probably something like 60-70 hz and isn't made to produce meaningful bass, even with the modifications you're thinking about.

srb

I believe the drivers are actually 4-1/2" / 115mm

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I have a CC-70 that I no longer use, can I convert it to a small powered subwoofer ? I think it uses (2) 5 1/4 and a tweeter. If I took out the tweeter and installed a small amp what sort of bass response could I get.

Hey!

   Short answer is no. A bit longer.... you can take out the tweeter and install a sub amp you will still get the same amount of bass as before with those 5.25" woofers since the cabinet is already tuned for those woofers.

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I have a CC-70 that I no longer use, can I convert it to a small powered subwoofer ? I think it uses (2) 5 1/4 and a tweeter. If I took out the tweeter and installed a small amp what sort of bass response could I get.

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