Take a look at this thread. It should help you out with your build. Notice the double baffle on the front of the box. Not a bad idea. You essentially cut the inner baffle to the "correct" diameter of the woofer, then cut the outer baffle to the outside dimension of the frame of the driver.
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Why does your graphs look weird? The lines should be smooth and yours have angles?
You want to check the air speed in Winisd and see if a single port is enough. If not, you need a larger port or go with multiples. What is the final dimension of the enclosure you plan to use?
1 4" port is not enough, you need at least 2. Looking at the XLS1500 manual, the lowest frequency you can select is 50hz which wouldn't work as a highpass filter.
You need a high pass filter close to your tuning freq (25hz?) so you don't damage the driver. A 50hz low pass is fine, what you need is a high pass filter at 25hz.
on the + sine of things i got alot of work done on the first box now to get it drying and the next one dry fitted then its off to guitar center for my amp i honstly thing my high pass will be fine at 50 hz the hole point is to have these big 15s take the punishment that i put on my Vegas and let my big massave speakers take a load off so to say lol:)
i cant be leave the price on those amps that's amazing power for little cash sweet deal!!!
You need speakon plugs with bare wire.
and then to get the signal to the amp it would be two of these http://www.parts-express.com/pe/pshowdetl.cfm?&Partnumber=240-438&scqty=2
plus the Inuke 3000 dsp right i am going to be using 10 gauge speaker cable for my connections to my cabinets