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Title: What mid&hi are appropriate for LabSub?
Post by: nedele on May 10, 2004, 04:27:21 am
How to make powerfull bass sound Smile

I think one way is go to a raw power (plenty of speakers and amps), other way is some clever technology (like LabSub) Surprised)
And if technology, does exist some mid and hi enclosures (best also self made) appropriate to LabSub?

Thanx

P.S. How is the weight of LabSub?
Title: Re: What mid&hi are appropriate for LabSub?
Post by: Karl P(eterson) on May 10, 2004, 11:17:54 am
Use spl td-1's sound physics labs use as many to get the coverage you need, use one lab for every two top boxes. Anything larger than that and you will need to figure out what you need for your needs. On a smaller scale, Check out yorkville, there unity series particularly. They won't be able to keep up with the top box as well, but they do respectably well.

Karl P