Question about Earthquake Sound EQ-SWS12 Subwoofer
i need parameters of these old sub woofers.
I bought twice almost 14 years ago!!
Stefano from Rome (Italy)
I can't seem to locate the specs in my files or on line. From what I remember, you can use/build a sealed enclosure for each sub ranging from 1.5 to 2.5 cu.ft per sub. The larger boxes will play lower bass than the smaller ones at the expense of overall power handling and some efficiency. Ported boxes get a little more difficult but with some trial and error, they can be very effective. Even more so when tuned by the listeners own ear. Let me know if you need specifics on how to do this. Also General specs of your sub can be determined by knowledgeable audiophiles with a brief inspection. Perhaps a local electronics shop (if available) could help in this regard. Good luck and let me know if I can help further.
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