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  1. get a radio like JVC or Sony that has an app that operates it
  2. Audiocontrol 2XS has a built in subsonic filter of 33hz and you can change it by changing out the resistor pack or making your own resistor pack.
  3. remove the back seats and wall it. then give that sub the correct air space.
  4. you can always turn it down. can't add what isn't there.
  5. wish I was going. apparently whatever it is the guys at HC were stoked about everything about what they did. When you are going to be the guest at one of those classes? you're next on my list.
  6. the passive crossovers are crossed at 3.5kHz. I'd start by crossing there or higher.
  7. want a "high power, small box" to build, that's what most of my customers want. you're going to need to do it like I build them. decrease the port area to increase the port velocity. Tune low, like 28 or 30hz. get the velocity between 25-28m/s. you'll have a drastically smaller port with really good output and bandwidth.
  8. the AMM1 is measuring live, so if there is no load there's no measurement. if you have a resistor pack you could use the AMM1 to help set gains. resistors with a high wattage rating become very expensive very quickly. i'd just fork over the money for a DD1 or DD1+. now if you can get a measurement without a load, that's beyond me of how you could make that happen without a resistor of some sort.
  9. to answer your question, you're going to need to plot the sub and enclosure design in something like BBP6 or Term-Pro.
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