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hi guys..just wondering..has anyone built a HT sub using the re audio xxx 18 d2 sub with prs...and if so what brand was used and in what size enclosure
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Not a lot of PR's around that are going to keep up with the RE's, I haven't tried any before with my two.

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Just use a lot of high excursion 18/21 inch PR's... if you can find any.

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You could use the TC sounds passives. They are fully adjustable but expensive. Only issue is as you add more passives they need to be heavier still so their becomes a point where you run out of the ability to add trhe extra weight needed for the extra passives. I would model the driver using the TC's, but in the end, unless you are just searching for an exotic build, I would go with a ported system and let it rip.


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