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    I'm scared to death as to how large it would be....

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    I know, I know... That's what she said.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad View Post
    I know, I know... That's what she said.......
    You wish.
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    Says the guy making a 15cu ft enclosure for a pair of 12s.

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    The BP is smaller, I'm afraid the series tuned would sit me at 100 CuFt

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    Just use your attic or basement. You could have a multi sub layout using one sub! Ports all over the place.

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    What if, as opposed to using a bigass vent I used 2 of these?

    AE Speakers --- Superb Quality, Unforgettable Performance, Definitely. (18" passive radiators)

    it's going to shave off some size, with the expense of cost.

    It's also gonna make it stupid easy because they can act as access panels, if I face the peerless INTO the sealed section directly concentric with the 18, I can drop out the 18's, unscrew the active driver, grab the magnet, and pull!

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    Sort of what I was thinking about in an earlier post.

    FWIW, Dr. Geddes now uses PRs rather than ports for his bandpasses.

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    Yeah I saw that when looking up passive radiators in bandpass enclosures.

    mine's going to be an octave lower than his though.. and that scares me a bit.

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    I have a pair of Ascendant Audio Atlas 12s that are SCREAMING to be put into a PR enclosure with two 15" passive radiators. That's gonna be disgusting. Fuck listening room. Listening HOUSE!
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