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post #601 of 606 Old 01-05-2015, 09:19 PM
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Thanks for your time and effort to design such a great sub. I am looking forward to building one in the spring and rocking the house for real...

I'm currently using an "old school" AudioPro B2-50 dual 6.5" push-pull which I have had for a long time.... it still rocks down to 25 Hz, I just feel like these "new" movies coming out have so much bass information that I am missing...... time to upgrade.

May the Bass be with you.....
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Despite the cheap price of the drivers, if you add up the cost of drivers and wood, you may have better options....
Are you referring to my question about how many lilwreckers with type S drivers can an Inuke 6000dsp run? I am all ears if there are options out there that can save me time and money. I am currently planning to use 4 lilwreckers. I'll be enclosing these into an attic space, so they have to be perfect for the job.
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Are you referring to my question about how many lilwreckers with type S drivers can an Inuke 6000dsp run? I am all ears if there are options out there that can save me time and money. I am currently planning to use 4 lilwreckers. I'll be enclosing these into an attic space, so they have to be perfect for the job.
Good info in this thread:

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/1861842-lilwrecker-large-ported-dayton-18ho-full-marty.html

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Thanks for the link, I do appreciate it. I am still thinking that 4 lil wreckers will do great, the only thing that I will still entertain is a more powerful driver than the Alpine Type S so that I could have more head room.
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Thanks for the link, I do appreciate it. I am still thinking that 4 lil wreckers will do great, the only thing that I will still entertain is a more powerful driver than the Alpine Type S so that I could have more head room.
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The drivers that work with this box are on the FIRST PAGE.....

The Fi Q15 is a more powerful driver.....
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The drivers that work with this box are on the FIRST PAGE.....

The Fi Q15 is a more powerful driver.....
Thank you for the recommendation, I understand that it is a more powerful driver, but it makes me worried when it has been untested... or should I not worry?
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