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post #1 of 6 Old 08-30-2014, 09:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello, My name is Tito and i'm starting my build log on my Stereo Integrity 18"

As mentioned for my subwoofer i will be using a Single SI HT 18" d2 wired to 4 ohms on my Crate Audio SPA2000 bridged(lots of headroom).

Paired with some BSR Thunder-Lizards 1550's and some smaller Yahama Bookshelves(not sure of Model at this time)

The Enclosure will be 4 cubes after woofer and the material i'm using is 5-Ply Birch Hardwood.


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Update 1 : Starting my Mockup to see hows its going to look and then building will begin.


Update 2 : Building & Finished Product

Sealed Corners.



Finished.


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Hey guys, sorry for the long wait. had some life issues come up, and i'm now just getting back to my build. will be updating the thread as it comes along. thanks.
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for the finishing touches i will be finding some beige carpet and cleaning er' up and then working on room acoustics and sub placement.
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found out my ferrite slug is cracked into two so i will be glueing and realigning it tomorrow. another fcking obstacle.
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Looking good. What made you do a sealed sub vs. a ported design?

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Looking good. What made you do a sealed sub vs. a ported design?
the ability to handle large playing ranges of frequencies, i have it play from 125 down to 10hz. plus the SI HT 18, has super soft spiders(its a used woofer so the spiders are suuuuuuuuuuuuuper soft),i felt the sub could used that back pressure.
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