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    Posted: 10 July 2020 at 5:35pm
Okay Smile i had my doubt as almost everyone in here swear to use HD15 or something similar above them, for kicks. So would not expect a dual 15 fullrange bassreflex box to work good above these. People state they are very powerfull these subs.
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Yes. Easily.
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Tried to convince the owner, but he want handles. Fair enough then :)

Will a JBL SRX725 dual 15" fullrange box be able to handle two X1 underneath? 
A stack each side powered by a rack with Crown MA 1200 and 2x MA5000.
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If its on castors, even with full grill, it's easy enough to move and stack without handles. 
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I just had a hit in the search. I call it wadding, but others call it lining.
That made a difference :)


So wadding in the chamber :)
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In the construction guide, Rog puts wadding on some of the inside cab walls. It's not exactly the same cab, but it's very very similar.
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As far as i can see, they are made to original plans. 
Regarding handles, they are needed. They got fullface grills, so a bit difficult to grab the ports :(

I just checked the original plans. No wadding. But i have seen a plan on another site where wadding is added. I will stick with the original then.
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If they are to original plan, I'd just put castors on the back. The ports are good enough handles for getting them onto wheels. And also for stacking them up.
Half the time handles are never in the right place. 
I believe the original plans had no wadding 
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So.... I got my hands on four Void V18 for these X1 and loaded them.
But one question comes to mind.. shouldnt there be damping material on the inside of the front panel and in the inside corner of the front chamber?
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Guess its good then. Thank you for the tip :)
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Yes. Countless pro manufacturers use them or similar.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote FOO Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 July 2020 at 6:23am
Originally posted by cravings cravings wrote:

my first pair i put bar handles.. they were my first ever build. they don't make sense. build back boxes. the x1 is big, no worries volume wise for some handle boxes.

if photobucket wasn't fucked i could dig out some pics..

Why dont they make sense? Because they only Work in one way ?

Originally posted by csg csg wrote:

Penn sell plastic back bowls for around a quid each. Much easier. Im working my way through a box of 100 at the moment...

Are those bowls stiff enough to deal with the pressure inside a box like this?
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