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    only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    Hey so both my subs blew (they were old) and I only bought one. The other one doesn't work. It still sounds really nice, but I was wondering will it actually sound that much better if I replace the other blown one?

    Twice as much money, is it really going to twice as good?




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    ditch dual anything, and buy something worth the money.




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    so you think i should buy a single box? That would be a better investment then buying a 2nd sub?




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    whats wrong with dual?

    dang:

    Dual Enclosures
    Placing two subwoofers in an enclosure doubles bass output. Divided enclosures separate the two subs, giving each their own space within one larger box. Undivided enclosures cause the woofers to share space; this design causes problems if one subwoofer blows. The remaining sub sees more enclosure air volume than intended, causing it to move further in and out than the design calls for. This leads to damage to the subwoofer and, on occasion, the amplifier.




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    save your money do some reasearch on some real product i would throw that dual away idk what your looking for or what your budget is but anything is better than those look into to funky pup




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    so basically no one knows, okay cool, thanks.




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    Re: only 1 sub powered in a dual box.

    So is the box common chamber or is there a divider.




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