Sonotube Subwoofer Completed

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Phil~E~Guy, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. Phil~E~Guy

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    Finished my sonotube subwoofer with an 8.9 cu ft enclosure and tuned to 17 hz. Modeled using WinISD and "Non-Boomy".

    I needed something to play having deep base, so I downloaded an 1812 Overture MP3. If you remember the cannons fire at the end of the symphony you could realize the power of my new subwoofer. Boom.... puff, up blows my window curtain, Boom again and again.... puff.... puff, up blows the window curtain again. We had to laugh. Worth the money.

    Next, we played "Black Hawk Down". The choppers seemed to circling overhead and around the room. Great sound.

    Anyone in Philadelphia area interested in buying remaining 20" sonotube, contact me.
     
  2. Neil Joseph

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    I think this should be in the DIY/Advanced area. You will get more response.
     
  3. TimForman

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    You haven't told us what driver and amp combo you used.
     
  4. Bob Kavanaugh

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    Yeah, and whattabout pictures? Sounds massive[​IMG]
     

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