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12 years 3 weeks ago #4085 by deadbeat
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There's lots of good sub drivers for your situation. Have you considered aperiodic loading or Linkwitz transform? I'll post a few suggestions later.

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12 years 3 weeks ago #4108 by arksystems
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My mate uses Volt 4504s in his set up,his cabs are fairly compact..great if you want to fit it all in the van....soundwise a bit debatable but they do the job. Edited by: ArkSystems

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11 years 11 months ago #4713 by deadbeat
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JS, if you haven't made one already, I'd seriously consider Linkwitz Transform (there's an excellent article on it at ESP).

Bag End use it in their hifi subs actually.

Basically, you electrically modify the driver's parameters - you lower Fs at a cost of efficiency. It's a good compromise in hifi when you're using a sealed sub and one that I'm looking into for some sealed or 4th order BP subs for a pair of LS3/5As.

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11 years 11 months ago #4714 by JS
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Can you apply a Linkwitz Transform using a DCX2496?
BTW paid £235 for mine!
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11 years 11 months ago #4715 by deadbeat
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No -</strike> it's usually a little board in between amp and source.
The sub as a whole works normally - you cross it as how you wish with the DCX.
http://www.trueaudio.com/st_lkxfm.htm
http://sound.westhost.com/linkwitz-transform.htm

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11 years 10 months ago #4917 by deadbeat
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Terribly sorry, I'll correct myself[img]smileys/smiley9.gif. You can approximate a Linkwitz transform with a shelving filter and two band filters (changing Qs at the new and old Fbs).

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