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i want to build some of these and load them with 18 Sound 21NLW9000 and give each cab around 3.5kw

it will be an expensive venture but do peeps think it will be worth it?

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Originally posted by JDCutta JDCutta wrote:


Plot of 8 compared to 8 of startecs SBH




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Following one might be not to bad (HR simulated in same combination with same speaker unit) considering that cabinet will be 123ltr. smaller Big smile


               


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Originally posted by staiper staiper wrote:

Following one might be not to bad (HR simulated in same combination with same speaker unit) considering that cabinet will be 123ltr. smaller

So what cab is that then?
Chas n Dave : it's like Drum and Bass but with beards.

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Originally posted by djeddie djeddie wrote:


So what cab is that then?


..some ~3Hz less low extension than MTH4654

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Thanks Stipe.
Chas n Dave : it's like Drum and Bass but with beards.

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Yo Stipe...

Would you be helpful enough to share HR data for CBX?

What sort of drivers work best?

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Yo Stipe...

Would you be helpful enough to share HR data for CBX?

What sort of drivers work best?

regards,

Tom


S1 = 800
L12 = 21
S2 = 756
L23 = 208
S3 = 2600
L34 = 30
S4 = 5455
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Tried the beyma in it ..... Sounds awesome!
Was keeping up with a jbl vertec powered unit , with only a crown 402 bridged!!!!
Thats only about 800 watts into it......
Im on a hunt for the 21n451...
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Originally posted by staiper staiper wrote:

Originally posted by tomschute tomschute wrote:

Yo Stipe...

Would you be helpful enough to share HR data for CBX?

What sort of drivers work best?

regards,

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S1 = 800
L12 = 21
S2 = 756
L23 = 208
S3 = 2600
L34 = 30
S4 = 5455
Staiper, i tried the beyma 18g550 in the ms-18 .
WOW!!!! I really like that driver, need a few more .
MS-18 is still the best sounding scoop i've heard , especially with the beyma !
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This box likes the beyma!
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