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post #1 of 4 Old 03-18-2013, 04:32 AM - Thread Starter
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Went with Four X 12" Infinity 1260W's in 6 cuft (4.5 net) ported enclosures instead of the 15's. Saved space and cash.
One sub is located in each corner of my room. Very satisfied with the results; more than enough output for my needs with a reasonably even distribution of bass in the seating area. Will need to invest in better measuring equipment because my I-phone 5 with the Audiotools app is showing a roll off below 30hz, which should not be the case for this setup. Will post graphs after measuring with a UMIK1.

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I like the concept of the 10 hz alignment but not certain that room gain will be enough to flatten the response.
Once built it will be easy to test both by simply plugging a port.
Before deciding on that route model the port velocity with only the one port.

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the driver is dual 8 ohm, so you can wire for 4 or 16 ohm net each driver.

because of different distances from the back and the front speakers to the listening position, having different distance/phase/level settings on them might help with final results.

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Will the DVC385 really do 110fdb's at 15hz and still have any thing left for the mid-bass? I had always assumed that for that kind of output you would have to step up to at least the HO/HF15? If that sub will do 15hz up to 80hz with some good output then I may just have to order a few of them today, I was planning on order 2 U15's but could possibly go with 4 of the DVC385's instead.
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