what is the thickness of a svs tube wall?

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  1. Bryan Michael

    Bryan Michael Supporting Actor

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    any one know the thickness of a svs sub encloser's sidewall? is it as thick as a sono tube? i was thinking of ordering all the arts to a svs sub aka the sub and the the port and bulding the encloser
     
  2. James Slade

    James Slade Second Unit

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    I am not a SVS owner but I am pretty sure that you can't buy replacement parts unless you already own an SVS.

    Pretty sure you could easily build a sub to compete with an SVS though probably for less money.
     
  3. Mike_A

    Mike_A Stunt Coordinator

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    the blueprint 1201 is supposed to be pretty similar to the driver used in the SVS. you may also be able to pick up a used SVS driver pretty cheap now that many are upgrading to the new and improved driver. the 1201 is supposed to get an upgrade soon coincidently enough that should make it similar to the new SVS driver as well.
     
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    I think there is a little more to the SVS enclosures than just sonotube.
    Quote from SVS-Ron from this thread:
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...0&pagenumber=2
     

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