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post #121 of 140 Old 10-18-2013, 03:04 PM
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virtually complete now need to start working on physically.


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You will need a more powerful amp than the one depicted.

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Just for size. Wouldn't actually use that
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There here!! Thanks to my gf
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These are way bigger then i thought! Love it.
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It sure looks impressive. Nice acquisition! cool.gif

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What would be a good amp to power these subs? I nuke or ep4000?
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What would be a good amp to power these subs? I nuke or ep4000?

having a dsp in the amp is very useful. Less wires etc.
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having a dsp in the amp is very useful. Less wires etc.
Okay inuke it is.
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I dont see a bridge mode on the inuke 6000?
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post #131 of 140 Old 11-30-2013, 08:31 AM
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Thats because the 6000 is 2 bridged 3000, so you cant bridge a 6000. Because of that, 4ohm is also the minimum load.
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Okay i ordered erich 4cuft enclosure for now so i can get them up and running for new yrs but how do i hook these up to a inuke they dont have speaker terminals for barewire like my ep amp. How do i get them all runing with spekon connections.
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If someone would be kind enough to tell me what i need to order exactly to get them up and running would be greatly appreciated thank u. Link to the stuff to order
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Okay i ordered erich 4cuft enclosure for now so i can get them up and running for new yrs but how do i hook these up to a inuke they dont have speaker terminals for barewire like my ep amp. How do i get them all runing with spekon connections.

What brand & model is your receiver? You will likely need an RCA make to 1/4 TRS make cable, which your local Radio Shack should have, and also a speaker cable that has a speakon connector on the end that connects to the amp, I recommend the Neutrik(so?) speakon connectors from Parts Express. The other end of the speaker cable can use any type of connector that you so please. Most people will add either a speakon terminal to the sub enclosure with speaker wire connecting the actual driver inside the box to a speakon terminal on the outside of the box, that way you can use a speakon to speakon cable on the outside connecting the enclosure to the amp. Basically you have to use speakon connections on the iNuke because that is all they accept, but you can use which ever connector you want on the sub side.
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Looks like a Wilson Thor's Hammer killer!

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What brand & model is your receiver? You will likely need an RCA make to 1/4 TRS make cable, which your local Radio Shack should have, and also a speaker cable that has a speakon connector on the end that connects to the amp, I recommend the Neutrik(so?) speakon connectors from Parts Express. The other end of the speaker cable can use any type of connector that you so please. Most people will add either a speakon terminal to the sub enclosure with speaker wire connecting the actual driver inside the box to a speakon terminal on the outside of the box, that way you can use a speakon to speakon cable on the outside connecting the enclosure to the amp. Basically you have to use speakon connections on the iNuke because that is all they accept, but you can use which ever connector you want on the sub side.
Thanks but it all to much work i just went with a ep4000 had to order it so it gets her same time as the boxes.
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After hearing my Rythmik 15" my buddy has been itching for me to build him a sub. I think i've convinced him that the Annihilator is the one.

He has a couple more inches of room so I got a 49.5 x 23 x 34.25 for outside dimensions and an internal box volume of 16.5 ft^3 (including bracing/drivers/ports).

This should lower the tuning frequency some but at the same time my port will stop 2" further away from the wall than the dimensions discussed earlier which was supposed to help lower the tuning frequency so I'm hoping its a wash.


Here is what i'm thinking:

2 SI 18 (4 ohm) (wire each subs DVC in parallel to make a 2 ohm load and each sub goes to a separate channel on the EP2500
1 EP2500 (2 channels of 1kW each @ 2 ohms)
Mic2200 for a HPF

Would it be recommended to line the walls and bracing with a no rez material or is the plan to just stuff the volume?

What would be a good HPF for this design?

Here is a picture of my CAD



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Any thoughts, i want to pick up the drivers while they are on sale...
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I'm not sure what you are proposing for ports there?

What length and what diameter? What is your target tuning frequency (if you know it)?

The construction plan looks quite solid. Lining the walls isn't required.

if you don't have the amp yet, I'd go for the inuke3000dsp, but in either case the dual 4 ohm drivers are the way to go. you can go ahead and order them up while fleshing out the final details of the box.

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Port would be the same as the original design. Since I'm a little deeper i will have some more distance between the end off the port and the wall. I ran some simple calculators and i think i should be around 16hz for the tuning frequency.
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