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    Posted: 07 August 2014 at 8:30pm
No, but i have the email address of that Tony guy that shared them last time.
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Marjan don't you have the F1 plans (this will be the next question)LOL
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If Funktion One F218 is the box you find suitable, then i would say ES18BPH is a good choice. But you will need a nice pile of it to go low enough.
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Normally, you choose the cabinet first, then the best driver to load it with, then the amplifiers.  You seem to be looking at things the wrong way round.

Best advice I can give is to go and listen to some systems, decide what you like the sound of, then come back and we can help you select the DIY cabinet which is the closest match.
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Thanks for the reply. Does es18bph will suit me ? Sorry for asking my question in confuse way. I need chest punch feeling box.
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Originally posted by shehantha shehantha wrote:

Please can someone give me a serious reply .


...your on the wrong forum mate! Lol

Reflex will get you a good 2 octaves of bass, long and short(er) horns will get the same result but with two cabs



Edited by mini-mad - 07 August 2014 at 6:56pm
If it sounds like a gorilla is trying to escape, turn it down.
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In order to get a serious reply you need to ask a serious question!

Your question translate quite similar to this. I need a luxury and very roomy 4 door sport car that i can use on the race track, but also use it as a limo service on occasions.

Depp bass, and punchy bass are two different bass characteristics. So chose your weapon. Tight and punchy or deep.

Both are possible only with reflex subs.


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Please can someone give me a serious reply .
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^^ Can confirm this. Worrying but was pretty sure it would be fine all night at roasting hot temperatures.

It was when it and the peavey cs1200x underneath it got together was when the problems started haha
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And when running at 4Ohms bridged, you can also use them to cook your dinner!
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yes correct C Audio SR707 at 4 ohms in bridge mode they provide RMS 2200 W
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