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  1. Wozza_Lee

    DIY audio: what are you building?

    Never heard in a 2 channel music system though
  2. Wozza_Lee

    DIY audio: what are you building?

    I have a friend who uses them in a diy 7 channel home theatre with 2x sb20pfc in a sealed enclosure, sound great
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Did not attach? 1544352251166
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    I do 2 braces vertically and 2 horizontal in a 50cm cube that my sub is. I only use 18mm mdf on all sides but (2 layers laminated) 36mm front and back. I also like to use a cheap pillow (2 in a pack fro $6 at target. I know it doesn't change the qtc much etc but I feel it may limit some internal reflections rightly or not. Pics for reference
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Over on AVS forums they have done a full set benchmark testing of the behringer inuke amps
  6. Wozza_Lee

    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Lots of time I have used/know of people that use the iNuke 6000 with 4ohm amps without trouble
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Having owned a few pro amps the iNuke 3000 is the bang for buck winner. Fan mod is a must, I have not used the crowns but hear good things,but are a bit more $$. There are other behringer amps that seem to be good. But with the replacement of the iNuke they will be hard to beat
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Coffee table sub(s) then? Again over on AVS there is a guy running martycube (bigger than mircomarty) down firing as a coffee table on either side of his recliner couch
  9. Wozza_Lee

    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    How about half way front back? I have a friend that did a TV unit that was actually a sub enclosure with 2, 15" drivers and sounds/looks great
  10. I think that you need more tunes. 9 just isn't enough
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Yeah but I did use 2 internal window braces instead of one that the design calls for *Note I have used the martycube (61cm cube) not the micro. But reports are that the micro is probably not far enough behind to warrant the size difference
  12. Wozza_Lee

    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    The microcube is a 52cm cube. Just outside of your stated size requirements
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    Push Pull Subwoofer Build?

    Off topic but look at Martycube's over on AVS. I have built 4 and am extremely impressed
  14. I think printing is a good analogy. I agree, same as with speakers it's either a good representation/reproduction of original or not. A bad speaker sounds bad. ... But we're are not comparing 'bad' speakers, they are both reportedly very good speakers. We all know that room/recording etc are of far more importants than a lot of other hotly debated subjects. End of the day and iv quoted it before 'same magnitude of same frequency in same space will sound the same' I think we split a lot of hairs (guilty) where at the end of the day good quality is good quality, and preference is entirely different. Also I think that old printer vs new printer is also a great analogy because (I'm sure you were waiting for it) you can use software to remove a lot of blurring (eq anyone).
  15. Agree, rather an amusing read. I want to throw fuel on this fire and say that you guys arnt even arguing speakers any more (maybe run out of things to argue about over the years haha) but instead are arguing 'what are we listening to' and the spin off 'what sounds best' With an answer of 'pressure waves in air' and 'subjectively we will all have preferences'
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