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Estate Subwoofer Housing
« on: 18 October 2017, 12:21:57 »

For a facelift

Anybody got one they want to donate to my little audio project ?
A limited amount of sheckles is available if you really want paying for it  :D
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Re: Estate Subwoofer Housing
« Reply #1 on: 21 October 2017, 13:40:39 »

Cant help Im afraid, but as not sure what your audio project is, just to let you the Estate Sub speaker is a Single Cone, Dual Coil (2 x 2Ohms) single speaker. The enclosure is about 7 litres, which is enough to do something with if you find a correct Sub to fit in there, assumes your running non Bose.

For that reason when I reinstalled stuff in my Estate yonks ago I made a air tight wooden baffle on the Estate rear door and mounted 2 Subs behind it, sounded a lot better.

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Re: Estate Subwoofer Housing
« Reply #2 on: 24 October 2017, 13:34:07 »

Cant help Im afraid, but as not sure what your audio project is, just to let you the Estate Sub speaker is a Single Cone, Dual Coil (2 x 2Ohms) single speaker. The enclosure is about 7 litres, which is enough to do something with if you find a correct Sub to fit in there, assumes your running non Bose.

For that reason when I reinstalled stuff in my Estate yonks ago I made a air tight wooden baffle on the Estate rear door and mounted 2 Subs behind it, sounded a lot better.




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