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by cowboys_fan23 / February 28, 2009 3:25 AM PST

I want to build my own audio setup in my living room for as cheap as possible.I would enjoy building my own subwoofer but I need to know if it is worth buying dual voice coil subs (sub?) or buying an 8 ohm sub.I sold everything to start over and have limited amount of money.Is it better to try and construct big bass or fork out the cash for floor sub?I want over the top sound.

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you are going to need a more specialized
by jostenmeat / February 28, 2009 4:41 AM PST
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by jonnybones / March 4, 2009 8:45 AM PST
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They do make 4 ohm subwoofers...Quite a few actually

parts-express is a great resource

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Source for speaker parts
by Dan Filice / March 4, 2009 9:53 AM PST
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There is a store down the street from me called Speaker City. They sell cabinets, cross-overs, drivers, speaker components, baffels, etc. to build your own speakers. Their site is speakercity.com. I've never built my own speakers, but I've purchased replacement drivers from them because they sell the exact drivers for many commercial brands.

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