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Date: November 16, 2013 at 17:48:03
From: John, [cpe-65-30-44-201.wi.res.rr.com]
Subject: Sealed enclosure questions


Hi. I just got a 250 watt plate amp, and I'm ready to build. I have two available subs, neither of which I have the t/s numbers for. And old SVS driver, and a newer Diamond Audio d-312. Both 12". The recommended sealed enclosure volume for the Diamond is 1.0 cubic feet, which seems small to me.

My goal here, is the BEST sound quality, with the lowest extension. My impression is that a sealed enclosure is the way to go for that, but I'm open to any suggestions. I realize everything is a trade off. I'm happy to give up some volume, to get the tightest deepest bass possible, and enclosure size is irrelevant. No wife. :) I could do 6 feet tall if that would give me the best sound quality. I'm sure I'll run this watching movies, but best sound for music, with all other concerns secondary, is my goal. Thanks!
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