I'm gona do this

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  1. Max Payne

    Max Payne Agent

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    I'm gona buy either the titanic 10" sub or 10" aci SV-10 and put it in a 1.89 cubic foot enclosure 7 tune it to 30Hz and put the AVA250 plate amp and run my a/v recivers sub level at +5 for my small home theater system in my small room.
    I dont need now BIG ass sub to please me.
    Will this design work for a small hometheater????
    Max Payne over & out
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  2. Max Payne

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    Sorry i just worked this out i will seal it and turn it into a 1.5 cubic foot enclosure but i have heard of people using the titanic 10" sub and puting it into a 1.5 cubic foot enclosure & tuning the sub to 25Hz with a 3" wide port and 11.5" long with both ends flared and got great results any one hear use the titnaic
     
  3. Brian Bunge

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    Max,
    Why not just buy the SV10 along with ACI's PSA1 plate amp for $285 total? The amp is rated at 200W @4ohms and has 5 dB of boost at 28Hz with a defeat switch to disable it. I'm using two of these amps with my SV12's and they work great.
    Put the SV10 in a 1.5ft^3 sealed enclosure or 2ft^3 ported enclosure. There are alignments suggested right there with the driver specs.
    I like the SV10 over the Titanic 10" because it has more linear throw, but the Titanic is 3dB more efficient. So just decide which is best for you!
    Brian
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  4. Max Payne

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    Thanks Bryan i'm working on both drivers with programs and it's turning out that the sv-10 will work best in a 2 cubic foot enclosure and i just orderd the package.
    I'm allready getting stuff to build it like 3/4" MDF wood, glue, t-nuts, everything.
    Thanks for all of the help guys.
     

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