I'm thinking of doing a 'two 15" speaker setup' driven by two Behringer ep2000's each bridged to 4 ohms, 1 per sub. I'm possibly going with Dayton RSS390HF-4 drivers ported and tuned to 20 Hz.
I looked at the TC Sounds LMS-R and a JBL but like the curve in WinISD on the Dayton. The price is right too.
I was leaning towards sealed but after comparing the sealed SPL curves to the ported, I just don't see the advantage other than enclosure size. My room is 16' by 22' with 10' ceilings and I thought I could either support my center channel with one and/or disguise them both as "end tables". WAF is important. I've built many boxes before, but all for car audio when I was younger.
I'm going to run 4 emotiva XPA-2 amps to PSB Synchrony One mains, center, and S surrounds. I need two more speakers for my surround backs but those can wait. I also need the projector but have the screen, and I need an Integra DHC-80.3 to complete the room. I also need one or two motorized drapes. Does Makita still make them or do I have to go BTX or...? Anyway, wrong thread for that.
I'm not a base-head but figured the room could handle two 15's pretty easily. I am looking for positive feedback only. Any negative feedback will surely hurt my feelings. Just kidding.
Seriously though, I'm not looking for "Dude, just put in an iNuke 6000 and four LMS Ultra 18's" because I'm thinking two 15's is already overkill for my wife, kid, and neighbors! I'm going to be 90/10 movies/music.
I read recently that Emotiva is coming out with a sub amp and if they are quick enough, I might wait for a price to compare to my ep2000's. I can get those at walmart so it's going to be a tough comparison. It's not like Emotiva is an elite brand.
So I'm sure may of you have done design's for these subs already... would love to see them. Also, does anyone know the real RMS and Peak output of the EP2k?
Thanks in advance!