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Thanks for the reply. I was thinking of duals. I have found dual stacked boxes to yeild better performance than putting them in different spots in my room. While later does give even response over a larger listening area but phasing becomes a huge problem between the subs themselves.
So, if I go with dual 18s, should i build 2 seperate ported boxes and stack them or build one tower and house both drivers in it??
For one dual drivers box, should i hook them up internally in parallel for a 2 ohm configuration and use one binding post OR use 2 seperate binding posts and drive each driver at 4 ohms??
Also, how much power do you think will be adequate for these subs to perform to their best in this configuration? I have a Crown XLS1000 and NU6000 DSP. While crown is 2 ohms stable but doesn't have enough juice to drive duals at 2 ohms and iNuke 6000 DSP isn't 2 ohms stable. I can buy another 2 ohm stable amp if the need be.
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