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X1 tuned for 65-120hz?

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Topic: X1 tuned for 65-120hz?
Posted By: Hobbyist2004
Subject: X1 tuned for 65-120hz?
Date Posted: 06 December 2004 at 5:03am

If you wanted to stack an X1 on top of another, could you keep the bottom X1 normal for 32-65hz and re-work the top X1 (ports) to cover 65-120hz? This would be one way to have the same size cabs cover 32-120hz.

 




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Posted By: mobiele eenheid
Date Posted: 06 December 2004 at 11:38am

6th order bandpass cabs don't need to be that big for 65-120 Hz, so why bother? You could make something half the size of an X1 and still have plenty of output to go nicely with an X1.

On a Dutch forum someone is working on a Punisher that is 2' x 2' from the front, so it's made for standard trucksizes. Tho 2" deeper, it would fit pretty good, also when it comes to output.

http://www.licht-geluid.nl/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=12309 - http://www.licht-geluid.nl/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=12309

Cheers



Posted By: freddyi
Date Posted: 06 December 2004 at 2:02pm
wonder how the throat would perform in version which appears to have cone parallel to a panel and firing "against"  that  panel? - is this a non-issue in sub?  - don't see view of initial throat section - but assume "V" ramps

how much would this version lower cutoff vs original Punisher?


Posted By: Timber_MG
Date Posted: 06 December 2004 at 6:34pm
Exactly the same horn in theory, just re-worked to have a 60x60 front. V-throat as you thought (they have soem very nice CAD-drawings for these if you can hack through teh Duthc on speakerstore.nl)


Posted By: freddyi
Date Posted: 06 December 2004 at 6:44pm
Hi Martin - yeah (~same) - looks easier to  load/unload driver



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