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post #1 of 2 Old 07-09-2012, 11:01 AM - Thread Starter
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I have a couple of questions im hoping someone can take the time to answer...

1) I recently damaged my Soundsplinter RLP-15" which I had in a small sealed cabinet. I had it very close to the LP just to give me a little extra.. So Im looking for another decent driver I can put in the same cabinet. The cabinet is around 60 litres (net). Im not updated on drivers anymore.. One more AV15H would be nice, but It seems they still don't sell it.. I've also been looking on the 15" LMS from TC Sounds.. Any other suggestions ? I will have ~1000watt available for the driver.

2) I do have a P1152 from AE Speakers. It was a pain in the ass to assemble the 18" radiators on the side (There are 2). They never fit well, even though everything was pre-assembled. Anyway: I just noticed they aren't tight enough (They leak air on the sides). So im wondering how this affects the subwoofer/FR etc? (I will take both out and put on some silicone so that they will never leak again).

3) Do Danley Sound Labs still sell the DTS10 DIY kits? (I've sent them a mail, but haven't gotten an answer yet). If not, is it possible to buy any other decent horn subwoofers that are flat-packed ?
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post #2 of 2 Old 07-09-2012, 03:52 PM
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The DTS-10 kit was discontinued. If you want one, you'll have to find one for sale (I believe forum member Forin has one for sale right now) or buy one retail from Danley.

Considering what you've got, I'd go with the LMS-R 15.
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