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Does a BFM Dual Loaded Table Tuba Long Style with 8" or 10"s, exist?
and would there be any benifit besides one enclosure?

opposed to multiple dual loaded table tubas and or a TT LS?

Please share your ideas and thoughts?
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I do know someone who widened a T18 to 24 inches to hold 2 8"s.
In that case it is a simple matter to use a Sketchup model and pull the width out.

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but would the results be worth it>

Im leaning dual 8 table tuba times 2
then a THT LP in the future. Couldall 3 run off one amp?
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Well in the case I mentioned: The drivers were the cheap MCM 8"s and it was a small cab and the builder didn't mind literally burning his mistakes.
For him it was worth it.
I couldn't answer if it would be for you - for one it's a much bigger build.

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I'm know looking at the THT or F20 with a DVC 15
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Does a BFM Dual Loaded Table Tuba Long Style with 8" or 10"s, exist?
and would there be any benifit besides one enclosure?

opposed to multiple dual loaded table tubas and or a TT LS?

Please share your ideas and thoughts?
You should be asking questions about my cabs on my forum, where you'll be getting answers from guys who have them. But be it my cab or any other sub I always recommend using multiple boxes; you can't smooth room modes with one cab.

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You should be asking questions about my cabs on my forum, where you'll be getting answers from guys who have them. But be it my cab or any other sub I always recommend using multiple boxes; you can't smooth room modes with one cab.
Sorry Bill
I may repost there , I thought the concept of multiple dual TT and TTLP would be interesting for a large room
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