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Dual sealed 1503's...or one SVS Ultra....

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Anthony_Gomez, Apr 11, 2002.

  1. you know how you just want to buy something just to have something new.....

    well, what would you rather have? Not saying I am getting rid of the ID, but I just want an ULTRA now=)...I don't have time to build an equivalent clone.
     
  2. Brian Bunge

    Brian Bunge Producer

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    Anthony,

    Don't you have a dual 1503 sonosub? Why would you want an Ultra? I'd think you have quite a bit more output than an Ultra already. I could be wrong though.

    Brian
     
  3. I do have two 1503's..but they are sealed...and the Ultra is ported. I have no idea what type of output the ultra is capable of. I just want to buy stuff. ...as is, I am working up to a bike MTbike upgrade...or getting a road bike=)

    ..and I think I theoretically get [email protected] anochaic freespace.
     
  4. Ron D Core

    Ron D Core Stunt Coordinator

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    Why not just spend like 60 or 70 bucks and build a couple ported enclosures for the two you have now?
     
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  6. Brian Bunge

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    Seth,
    Or put an 1803 in a 14ft^3 enclosure ported and tuned to 18Hz and you'll get 120dB at 20Hz anechoic. Can ANY SVS do that? [​IMG]
     
  7. Seth...I have my 1503's in 45L sealed each...hence the "low" spl.
     
  8. Dustin B

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    Dual Ultra's under these conditions

     
  9. That is nice info to know. Thanks dustin.

    I think my dual seald 1503s' can top that =). ..guess it wouldn't be any upgrade on any acount (SQ/SPL). ..unless the review had something wrong.
     
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    My 15inch Dayton DVC in a 5.3cf sealed box gets close to that SPL level...but then again, I am using an RS SPL meter.
    Tony, you'd have to be INSANE to give up your 1503's and K1 [​IMG]
     
  12. Rudy:..actually it is the K2...so it would be even more insave=)

    Don't worry, i don't plan on getting rid of it at all=)

    ..I may one day try them in some 22" cubed PR subs like the StrykeHE15.1
     
  13. Lewis Besze

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    Did you move?

    The last place you 've invited me[thanks!],was quiet small,so your ID was almost an "overkill"[​IMG]

    I also thought that you somehow don't like to crank things up[I could be wrong],we're about 10-15 db below "my reference" level,at least overall level,not the bass which was quiet "satisfying".[​IMG]
     

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