Originally Posted by JWagstaff
it would only handle one 4 ohm on one channel? Or can it be bridged? Because bridged 4 ohm is the same load as stereo 2 ohm, and if it can do that than it can definitely do stereo 4 ohm.
That amp is a single channel amp with two sets of binding posts. I think crabras idea of two 1ft³ enclosures are a good idea and would be easy to make and easy to kick in there.
If you used the HO DVCs
, you could wire the voice coils in series and hook each one up to its own binding post which would let the amp see 4Ω.
A box that's 15x7x20 gives you 1.2ft³ which is probably? close to 1 cube internal. Easy build and since they will be hidden, I wouldn't even put a finish on them or recess the driver. Once you're up and running, see how much of that
amp you are using at playback volumes, and if there's any left, extend the roll off with an EQ. You may
have an issue mixing sealed with the ported SVSs or it may be fine. I think getting some bass from the back of the room will
outweigh the problems on that end. Your amp has a phase switch that can help too.
OTOH that seven foot length you have would be perfect for a long port..... but the sealed would be a quarter of the work.
Two of these aren't going to rock your world, but with the SVSs up front, they should help fill out your response.