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Old 08-06-2014, 02:36 PM - Thread Starter
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can the Denham MTM's keep up with multiple 18's?

If I had 3 of those up front, could they keep up with 2-4 18's or is this just silliness? If I go with a DIY kit that is any bigger, the project gets exponentially complex. The next step up that I think would work:

Lots harder. Is it necessary? Or are these more of something you'd use with no sub at all?
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What are you powering the speakers with?
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I would look at SEOS speakers. You will want something highly efficient imo. With that much bass I would want a speaker that could keep up at loud volume levels. I have 1099s and they are up to the task. Plenty of designs that would be better imo. Depends on your size needs and budget. Something should fit for you.
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Here is a recent thread with some good info

HELP DIY speakers -> Denham MTM Look interesting any input?
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