Shiva in a 15" cube?

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  1. RobLJ

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    I'm wanting to build a Shiva based sub. It has to be small and compact. If I use WinISD, I come up with a decent curve. I checked google to see if anyone had done this yet, but I didn't find anything like that.


    What would you expect it to sound like? Thanks for the input.
     
  2. Shawn Shultzaberger

    Shawn Shultzaberger Supporting Actor

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    I've seen the adire DPL 12 suggested to go into a 16" cube. If you are looking for something in the size range of a 15" cube this would probably be your best bet. I think it's only $25 more.
     
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    Thanks for the info guys. I'll look into that DPL12 setup. [​IMG]
     
  5. DaveWo

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    Yeah, I built a 16" cube for my DPL12 and used the Parts Express 250 Watt Amp. It sounds great. Blends perfectly with music, sounds awesome with movies. I highly recommend this set up.
     
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    Just email adire. There is no better way to get accurate info.
     
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    I did use poly-fill to stuff it, but I honestly don't remember how much I used. A pretty decent amount though. (I know, that doesn't help much, lol, sorry)
     

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