Originally Posted by DIESEL758
Hey guys Iam wanting to build a enclosure for 2 15" subwoofers one on top of the other each with its own air space.
Why? They'll work better split up.
The two subs iam looking at are the Dayton RSS390HF and the Dayton RSS390HO.
Why? They're good drivers, but there are many good drivers.
Iam looking for the one that will do best in a sealed enclosure.
Why? Not that there's anything wrong with going sealed, but there's nothing wrong with vented either.
somebody has bassbox pro or some other software that can give me dimensions for this kind of setup would be appreciated.
WinISD Alpha is free, so there's no reason not to do your own modeling.
I will be using a CROWN XLS1000 in briged mode
Again, why? Bridging is employed to get adequate voltage swing into a high impedance load. One channel per sub dual mono is all you should need. If 350w per cab isn't loud enough I can't imagine what would be.