Okay, I've had 4 18" D4s and a CV-5000 sitting in my spare bedroom while I've been framing out my basement. That portion of the project is coming to an end, so I'm looking at the subs again. I'm not looking for huge output, but I do want nice low extension. I'm thinking four separate sonos. The pics show what I'm playing around with, just add 6 dBs for four times the goodness. Anyway, I bought the CV-5000 in case I wanted to be able to power eight drivers. The green and pink lines show 13 cubic feet tuned to 15hz, orange and purple lines are 16 cubic feet tuned to 15hz. The difference is power. Wiring them up as a stereo 4ohm load I can go 900W per driver (the pink and purple lines) as opposed to the max rating of 600W (green and orange). I'm liking that the 13 cubic foot enclosure allows me to use all 900W without going past xmax. Any thoughts? Oh yeah, room is roughly 6000 cubic feet.
And, by the way, I've got a router, but I'd love some sono endcap flatpacks if anyone is looking to get into the business.