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    Building a Temp HT sub setup

    I have a JL audio 10W0-4, and i am wanting to build a box for it to use temporarily(couple months) with my home theatre setup since i blew my other one. I am just wondering what frequency to tune to, and how much area to give it. Maybe a T-line enclosure or something?

    My living room is like 15'x30', i am planning on putting a plate amp on it, around 150watts rms


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    Re: Building a Temp HT sub setup

    You'll probably end up blowing that one as well. It won't have much output (HUGE room, tiny sub and little power), and you'll keep cranking it. I would just aid until you can get a larger and better driver, because you need to tune low in HT (<25hz), and that little guy just won't have the "oomph" that you need. If you still want a design, PM me and I'll see if I can't help you out.




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