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So, basically what I get from all your posts is that in order to get the sub SPL anything greater than 105dB (0dBFS) in any system is either by adding more subs OR using highly efficient drivers. I think high efficiency drivers is the cheaper route than to make up for SPL with multiple low efficiency drivers.
The trouble is the part of the world I live in, either we get some of the very high end and expesive subs like Velodyne, REL, JM Labs....OR nothing at all for DIY purposes. Going with mutiple RELs and all costs an arm and leg here. So DIY is the only route to the kind of bass I like.
What are some of the popular high efficiency drivers for DIY project?
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