DIY rumble filter?

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  1. Seth_L

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    Are there any DIY rumble filter kits in existance? I'm going to be using a pro-amp to power my Tumult (PR enclosure) and the driver will unload below 15Hz. I'd like to have a fairly aggressive rolloff below the frequency I chose to roll.

    Seth
     
  2. are you handy at soldering up your owns stuff?
    you can always look at existing circuits (like at Rod Elliots site) and re-build on your own bread board.

    Alternately, you can get John Pomanns kit for $47 and build it up
    http://www.snippets.org/filters/subwooferkit.htm

    ...or...you can get SVS's black box for quite a bit more.
     
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    Maybe I'll just dust off the textbook from my Analog Filters class that I took in college (2 years ago) and design my own from the ground up. Yes, I am fairly handy with a soldering iron. I was always the person doing the soldering on our projects.

    Seth
     
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