I have a mobile disco with a general play list of top 40, R&B, house and Indian dance music (bhangra). I have a pair of active Cerwin Vega's 21'' bass bins which are freaken heavy (91kg's) which didn't suit smaller gigs.
So I built a pair of THAM12's loaded with Faital Pro 12HP1010 powered by a berry Nuke 6000 via a DCX2496. The THAM12's are really impressive for their small footprint and weight. However, I do miss the low bass notes as the Faital's usable frequency stops at 45Hz.
I read that the Cubo sub, will go lower than the THAM's. At the moment because of funds, I only have the Fane Colossus 15XB at my disposal.
T&S's for the Colossus 15XB:
RE: 6.5 Ohms
Vas ltr: 168
Just for smaller gigs, would the Colossus 15XB work in the Cubo Sub, and how efficiently & low would it go.
I may be in the position to build four (4), if it will work. This will used in the event I am doing a gig on my own. Will never be able to haul the CV's on my own
By my (personal) definition the THAM 12 is a 50 Hz and up cabinet, Cubo 15 is a 40 Hz and up cabinet, Cubo Sub is a 30 Hz and up cabinet. Your music styles seem mostly to be 40 Hz and up music, some specific songs perhaps 30 Hz and up.
I would use the Fane 15XB in Cubo 15 Extended. I think it will drop 5 - 10 Hz lower as a THAM12. It will also give most 18" reflex bins a run for their money and still is a one man lift, even upstairs.
A Cubo Sub I wouldn't want to lift up stairs, rolling around on wheels is no problem. The Fane can be used in Cubo Sub but is better suited for use in Cubo 15 Extended.