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    Re: box frequency check .

    Quote Originally Posted by riddla View Post
    OK. Yes.Its the IA20.1 amplifier. the subs are dual 4.
    You're crazy if you think those will hang with THIS pushing them... They'll pop like lightbulbs...

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    Re: box frequency check .

    Lol. Yes its just the one 15in not two. I believe you when you say it wont hang but ill take my chances because the sub is pretty decent. Ive been giving it some stick previously on a hifonics and its been taking it although I know that's not the best amp.

    What box design have you come up with ?




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    Re: box frequency check .

    Yes its just the 1 sub what have you come up with based on my dimensions.
    Quote Originally Posted by shredder1 View Post
    Subs?... as in plural?.. be very specific please... if you're putting them on a IA 20.1 at 1 ohm, I'll have to account for the power for sure... I don't think those subs will hang BTW...
    I already modeled ONE... LOL!.. now you say two?.. I'll look but I thought you said a 15 in the first post...




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    Re: box frequency check .

    Sorry yes I meant 28-33 hz . I just want to use this one at present due to funds until I can get a better one but its ok for now.
    Quote Originally Posted by shredder1 View Post
    28 to 333 hz?.. LOL!... that's setting the bar pretty low... you must mean 28-33 hz... correct?.. that's not a great sub... are you in a location that does not have better options?




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    Re: box frequency check .

    Allrighty then... what type of car are you putting it into...



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    Re: box frequency check .

    Quote Originally Posted by riddla View Post
    Lol. Yes its just the one 15in not two. I believe you when you say it wont hang but ill take my chances because the sub is pretty decent. Ive been giving it some stick previously on a hifonics and its been taking it although I know that's not the best amp.

    What box design have you come up with ?
    is it a pp or nv? i'd do 33-35hz but i like like rock too so try to go louder and middle of the road deep (not that my small box can really play deep)



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    Re: box frequency check .

    Someone else will have to help you... sorry



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    Re: box frequency check .

    I have both design cars. I like Low rumble bass. nice and deep.
    Quote Originally Posted by BOOMINGRANDPA View Post
    is it a pp or nv? i'd do 33-35hz but i like like rock too so try to go louder and middle of the road deep (not that my small box can really play deep)




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    Re: box frequency check .

    No worries. Thanks though
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    Someone else will have to help you... sorry




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    Re: box frequency check .

    Quote Originally Posted by riddla View Post
    Yes its a fusion. the good old ones.
    The "good" Fusion subs were the Johan Lamu line, and you're definitely going to need to be careful trying to drive it with the 20.1

    Why not just use the box recommended in the manual?




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    Re: box frequency check .

    The old 20.1s were not crazy strong at 1ohm nominal and 12v. They started doing big #s on higher voltage and wired down.. but will probably still provide 1k after rise from 1



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    Re: box frequency check .

    dunno what you guys are smoking... with 94.8db @1w/1m sensitivity, a 20.1 will be fine for that sub wired at 2ohm. duhh, match gain voltage to what the sub needs (34.64v) and enjoy lots of clean overhead without even remotely coming near the point of being over-driven, especially after rise,... you dont need to max out the gain prior clipping all the time unless you're a number chaser getting the most power you can or attention ***** just wanting to be the loudest you can be....

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    Re: box frequency check .

    Quote Originally Posted by riddla View Post
    Lol. Yes its just the one 15in not two. I believe you when you say it wont hang but ill take my chances because the sub is pretty decent. Ive been giving it some stick previously on a hifonics and its been taking it although I know that's not the best amp.

    What box design have you come up with ?
    *Scratches head*....guessing power? These out of country people are funny sometimes. Boot, stick, etc.



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    Re: box frequency check .

    Nothing funny matey. we cant all be the same can we ..
    Quote Originally Posted by Boomin_tahoe View Post
    *Scratches head*....guessing power? These out of country people are funny sometimes. Boot, stick, etc.




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    Re: box frequency check .

    I just did not like how it was modeling at first... however I finally did come up with this eventually... you said low tuning correct?.. This might be pretty close...



    the port is the same configuration as in the picture below...




    That's all I got... so if you go by this... good luck and let us know how it does...



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