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Is my rig man enough for the job?

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Originally posted by boots-hifi boots-hifi wrote:

Id space the subs out, using the longest wave length theyre crossed at as a guide for distance (easy to work out)  to give a more even cover of sound rather than one mono block. I didnt notice any advantages with mine from coupling cubo's with each other, they dont benifit like other types of enclosures. We used to destroy a 300 cap pub with 4 1850 loaded cubo's. If you search my posts there are pictures of our old cubo set up.

1/4 wavelength to 1/3 spacing of highest ACOUSTIC crossover frequency not electronic. Assuming say an 80Hz lowpass 24db filter that means probably up to 100-120Hz. So 70cm box centre to centre. Same again to the LF section of the tops if you want smooth crossover at least with the boxes near to them.

You’ll likely need to put rubber matting down to prevent them ‘walking’ in that setup

Edited by toastyghost - 08 November 2018 at 11:50am
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