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Old 22nd December 2006, 14:31   #31
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Originally Posted by hydrashok View Post
Hey, this is different from the sub you'd shown in the first post. This is a bandpass sub. I think Speedzak had the same thing but with a 12" driver in his Alto. You did mention VRB10 in an earlier post (#23) but I just assumed it was a typo and you meant the VRS10 you mentioned in your first post. :-)

I wouldn't recommend overdriving this sub. You won't get to know whether the sub is being pushed beyond its limits or not, as the actual driver is in the box and its ummm... sounds of protest may not be immediately apparent. Best to use just 2 channels of the GTO 75.4 (bridged) to drive this sub.

Since all you need to do is to connect the speaker cable (from the amp) to the sub-box's input connectors, you don't need to bother about series wiring or parallel wiring.
This is different from the Sub that I showed in the first post. I'm going to use this instead of the VRS 10.

This Sub is a DVC, so it has four input connectors (on) the box. (will click more pics)

No to go tune the Sub to my exact liking.
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