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  I have decided to try this :) 
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Leiv Andreas Aug 04, 2005, 12:32pm EDT Report Abuse
This is a great article. Best one I have seen till now.

I will probably head out to buy the parts for it in 3 weeks, when I got the time and endurance for it.

The system I got from before is: 2 Kef Q55.2 (150W) and one Sony Strdb830 QS (5x100w).
Is the sub overkill or will it be able to accompany my speakers playing music? The bass in my speakers are a little bit weak so i hope to have some effect of the new sub. I hope the music will not drown in bass and humming.
After I read this I wanted a sub for my speakers since it claims to not have the noise I usually connect with relatively cheap subs. To have a passive driver sounds like a pretty good solution. Hope it is able to deliver some detailed bass for my system.
I usually use the speakers for music and movies. Sometimes I connect it with an optic cable to my computer, and use the dac of my Sony. Great for DVD movies and mp3 too.

Cant wait to begin the work. :)

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Roy Wall Sep 17, 2005, 02:19pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: I have decided to try this :)
Yes, give it go. I've now built one and it is great! read my post.



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