Would this work for an IB sub?

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  1. Darren_T

    Darren_T Second Unit

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    After some thought it was a dumb idea [​IMG] Nevermind...
     
  2. Brian Bunge

    Brian Bunge Producer

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    But I like dumb ideas...[​IMG]
     
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    You'd like most of my idea's then [​IMG] I'm full of em!
     
  4. Bryan Michael

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    i have a idea for a ib but dont know if it would be.
    my ht is in the basement and it is open to the rest of the basement. right next to the ht is the stairs and laundryroom with is not directley open to.


    you come down the stairs got to the roght and you are in my ht go to the left you head tward the pool area and the opening to the laundry room. would this setup work as a ib or do i need to add a door or something.


    also how much less power do you need for a ip vs a ported box?
     
  5. Brian Bunge

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    Jack,

    It's kinda like Ray Charles giving driving directions, huh?[​IMG]
     
  6. Bryan Michael

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    my queston is do i need a totlay sealed area to my ht to do ib or can the space be open to the ht if it is a large ndistance?
     
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    atthay asway ettypray eanmay! [​IMG]
     
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    Micheal

    Yes the rear wave of the woofers in an IB must be physically isolated/sealed from the front wave. Distance alone isn't enough.
     

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