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Hey guys, I currently have two enclosures dual opposed, each about 7.5 internal each loaded with two of the mfw-15 drivers. I currently run each cab in series, for a resistance load of 8ohm nominal per cab. I feed each cab with one channel of my ep4000.
I am very seriously considering buying four of the sundown audio SA-15's dvc 4ohm and dropping them into my cabs.
Thinking I could wire each speaker to 2 ohm, then wire in series to show my ep a 4 ohm nom load, thereby effectively doubling amp power, and excursion. With these parameters, what would I see real world?
Would it be in my best interest to make new cabs?
In theroy, I could wire my two exsisting dual opposed cabs in parallel to see 4 ohms over 4 drivers, then integrate two more dual opposed cabs loaded with sundown drivers also at 4 ohms.. what would that look like?
I am not at all familar with modeling software, which is why I am asking for help.
I do have a mini dsp inline providing a boost to the low end, and a little gain in the bass drum area 60-80hz.
Thanks in advance and if I build for sure I will post a build thread.
My first DIY project. A dual, dual opposed setup
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