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    T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    Which enclosure would work better for 1 of these off 2-300rms? I know its the the full power it can handle but thats what the Xtant I'm installing does.



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    T-line



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    what kinda xtant?




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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    tline gives a smoother flat response




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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    So with that amount of power, yeh or neh? Going in the GTO in the sig.



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    up for opinions



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    Is that power per or total?

    I would lean towards ported.



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    Its rated at 200rms x 1 @2ohm, but is underrated by a good amount.



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    Wouldnt exactly say the t-line will be better. Usually gives a smother impedance curve I believe.
    The SA-8 should be pretty fit for a tline if youd like. If youre looking for clean low end extension id say its worth a shot. Not many people design them though. Ive been learning more about them and doing more research though Im often busy and hardly on here anymore.



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    I'd go t-line since you're working with minimal power, and just to do something different.
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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    Quote Originally Posted by RAM_Designs View Post
    I'd go to-line since you're working with minimal power, and just to do something different.
    i like how tlines sound. I found that the only limitation was the woffers power rating vs output. but overall, it was a very sweet smooth sounding box. If I had room, I would have had two subs. but I was only able to use one. might put it back in later when I am over this spl fever...




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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero View Post
    i like how tlines sound. I found that the only limitation was the woffers power rating vs output. but overall, it was a very sweet smooth sounding box. If I had room, I would have had two subs. but I was only able to use one. might put it back in later when I am over this spl fever...
    Did you use a loading chamber or not?



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    Re: T-Line or slot port for SA-8

    A loading chamber kind of takes away the point of a t-line imo.



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