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post #181 of 187 Old 08-28-2014, 10:44 AM
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Why isn't this a sticky.


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It is but for some reason they decided to sticky all the threads into one.
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Makes sense.


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panel highlight to show panel butting:
rear panel (left), sides and bracing (center), front (right)
always dry fit first!



si 18ht 1100 watts, no filters (a second order high pass at 15-16hz is strongly recommended)






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I love that build above LTD02 I cant wait to start the build this weekend. I tried that free software program every ones talking about to design the box but had a really hard time. I think my 4 SI 18'S D2 will rock my room with that box. Since there SI18 D2"s subs what inuke amp would fit if I bought 2of them. The 3000 or 6000?
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SUBMAXIMUS development and build thread


SubMaximus -- A Large Front-Loaded Horn for UXL18 and Stereo Integrity HT 18"

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SUBMAXIMUS, ,Submaximus V3,LOWARHORNCustom Dual Driver VBSS,2 x Inuke6000DSP
www.avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/1485120-submaximus-large-front-loaded-horn
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Hi, there are so many of these, I was wondering if any were around 200$-300$, and would be a substansial upgrade to my Polk PSW108?
Also, could I reuse the plate amp from that, or would it be better to get a new one?
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