18" DIY Subs for Dedicated Theater Help
I have been following along on AVS for a long time, but don't post much. I recently became interested in building some DIY subs for my dedicated home theater. I quickly realized that I am in over my head on the design aspect.
I have a dedicated room that is approximately 18’6”L x 10’8”W x 7’6”H. There is a 12” riser for the back third of the room. The room is decoupled and has double drywall with green glue.
The available space at the front of the room for subs between the LCR speakers and below the screen frame is approximately 41”L x 21”H. I have a door on the wall to the left of the screen that will only allow an approximately 20” depth for that space, but the right side could have a larger depth.
I would like to build two subs utilizing the UM18-22 driver and tuned to approximately 18Hz. I would prefer ported, but if I have to go sealed due to the available space I am open to it.
I have an NX6000D to power the subs.
Would someone be willing to help me design boxes?