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Help for build plans 2 new 10 inch subwoofer

Hi all !
At the recommendation of many here i bought 2 subwoofer from the reference serie of dayton : https://www.parts-express.com/dayton...oofer--295-463

I am running scenarios in winiSD of possible build, this is what i have in mind :

- One dual oppose build 2 cubic feet sealed enclosure
- One dual sub, ported enclosure : 4.000 cubic feet tune @ 22 hz / port 10 * 2 * 24 it gives me under 20m/sec air if i apply my MiniDSP highpass filter
- One dual sealed classic front firring sub 2 cubic feet

- Two ported ( did not run winiSD yet )
- Two sealed 0.5, it doest'n seem to be very loud at my 400 watt apply power .... read that people like those woofer in those small box.

USE : ( Lots of music and movie on those, Plus the room is quite big as it is open to living room and kitchen/ crossover @ 80hz, can be 60hz my dual 8 inch tower can do strong bass )
Amp use is crown xls 1500 in bridge 4 ohm 1550 watt.

What would be the best choice ?
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with that driver in a large room, sealed would be very underwhelming.


your ported option is your best bet.


that said, relative to your mains, having an additional 10" sub for each main might not produce enough output because low bass requires moving a lot of air relative to upperbass/lower midrange which is handled by your mains.

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with that driver in a large room, sealed would be very underwhelming.


your ported option is your best bet.


that said, relative to your mains, having an additional 10" sub for each main might not produce enough output because low bass requires moving a lot of air relative to upperbass/lower midrange which is handled by your mains.
i have 2 of those driver
Should i go dual ported box or 2 individual ported box ?
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total output will be about the same with 2 single boxes or 1 dual box.


better flexibility for placement with 2 single boxes, so that is what I'd suggest.
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