I'm on a tight budget and wanted to use an Infinity Beta 15 DVC sub (BNIB) which I bought many years ago. Here is a link to the sub's specs: http://manuals.harman.com/INF/CAR/Bo...BETA15Xdvc.pdf
I downloaded WinISWD and it told me to use a 49.9 liter (1.7622 cubic feet) sealed box (if using sealed). I chose a sealed box as I want the sub to be tight and power is not an issue (planning on using a 500 watt Dayton amp). If sealed is not the way to go please advise what you would recommend (I would still desire as "tight" a sub as can be had with this 15).
My room is roughly 15'WX20'Lx9'H and the room does not have a back wall as it is an open floor plan with a breakfast area and kitchen "connected" to the room. The breakfast area and kitchen are roughly (combined measurements) 15'WX20'LX9'H. The flooring is wood and we do not have any carpet/rugs (I can buy some if needed). I can draw/load a to scale floor plan with dimensions including furniture/window/door/etc placement if desired. Currently, we have a 50" wide cabinet in the middle of the room on the front stage wall directly under the TV.
My primary intended use is a 50/50 split with music and home theater. WAF is a priority (I can make the box look nice).
My current speaker setup is as follows (not the greatest...but it's what I have) The front Left/Right are Celestion AVF-302s
and a Celestion speaker in a box system (AVP-305
) for center, surrounds and rear surround in a 7.2 configuration. I'm curently using two (2) Polk PSW10
with modified ports to reduce chuff/huff (cheap stop-gap measure).
If this particular sub is a complete waste of time I will scrap the project and find another use for the sub.
If any additional information is needed, or, if this sub is a complete waste of my time please let me know.