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    New to Home Audio - 15 Mag to Comp and Tv Help!

    Hey guys,
    I recently moved to college and was going to sell all of my equipment...ended up only getting rid of my sundown (took 2 mins to sell ). I have absolutely no knowledge about home audio/theatre, except that ported boxes are tuned more lower than in cars.

    I am just looking for some help. If I wanted to run my mag sealed in my dorm to my comp and/or tv, what would be the necessary equipment I would need to push it, wiring, and whatnot. I'm not sure if this is what I want to do, but I'd like to price it out. I just have no idea where to start.

    Oh and the Mag's D2(duh!), so either 1 or 4 ohm load.

    Thanks for any help

    Sub: 15" Mag in Fisher Customs 3.5@32
    Sub Amp: Sundown SAZ1500
    Wire: KnuKonceptz Big 3 in 1/0. Kicker 1/0 Kit to back


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    Re: New to Home Audio - 15 Mag to Comp and Tv Help!

    Plate amp on sub, big box low tuned (no higher than 30 hz) , or sealed.

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    Re: New to Home Audio - 15 Mag to Comp and Tv Help!

    Yeah home audio ported enclosures tend to be ported sub-30Hz. I'd suggest around 25Hz or so. Check for plate amp to run the sub.

    Quote Originally Posted by profilepower
    lol..sum guy thinks a box make subs tight..
    a box might help you saying if ya 15 is in the same box as my 10. theyre both as tight as each other???
    whatever..the thing is the mark means you thought i have a 10 foot sub???
    this guy is the dumest of you all....HAHahahAHAhaHahAHAhaHa
    oh i think the lil boy complaining is talking about i hit a n instead of a s. it confused him..
    i'm sorry lil boy now is it better......its 10'' is tighter.
    my 2 marks are too far apart i'm going back to 1. it means inches lil boys..ok
    Quote Originally Posted by Trey803
    ports should ALWAYS be larger than your capacitor

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