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Henry
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Using Passive Radiators
06/11/10 at 08:21:55
 
If the Housewrecker can be scaled to accomodate a 12" driver,
can it be sandwiched between a pair of passive radiators?
This would require some slight internal modification for such
to be done, of course Smiley
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Re: Using Passive Radiators
Reply #1 - 06/16/10 at 19:07:20
 
Yes the HWK can be scaled to use 12" subs. As for using radiators, I am unsure how you mean to install them. From my understanding a radiator takes the place of the port and allows you to controll the tuning by adding or removing weights from the stud(attach to the cone) on back of the radiator. As far as installing them on the inside I do not think it would work but I have been wrong more than a few times. If you could explain on what you intend to build and how they are going to be installed maybe someone here can help.


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Re: Using Passive Radiators
Reply #2 - 07/15/10 at 15:53:27
 
Passive??? We are talking about the Housewrecker!!! If you've got a 12" good, add another, very good. Add a decent amp and sub controller = huge. From what I know, a decent 15" (preferably 2) will give you a housewrecker - as per promise. 2 x 12" will give similar (as per my set up). I think a 12 plus passives maybe a waste of gear.
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Reply #3 - 07/15/10 at 21:10:02
 
Hmmm...Ok! I'll rethink the passive idea Undecided
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