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Hey guys and gals

I have 3 vvx10s on a Hifonics BRZ2400. I was thinking of getting 2 EVL 15s with a RP3500. Unfortunately it seems i dont have the 7 cubes needed for the EVLs. What do you all think of the vvs on the RP 3500?

Note: 10s are D 2s

 


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On 2/2/2018 at 5:28 PM, Papaslim said:

Hey guys and gals

I have 3 vvx10s on a Hifonics BRZ2400. I was thinking of getting 2 EVL 15s with a RP3500. Unfortunately it seems i dont have the 7 cubes needed for the EVLs. What do you all think of the vvs on the RP 3500?

Note: 10s are D 2s

 

Hi Papaslim, Thanks for the question!

I would stick with the VVX-10v3's and when you are ready; I'd recommend the upgrade to the RP-3500.1D on the existing subwoofer setup. Having proper space for the (3) 10's and increasing the power (which they can handle!), you will notice the results better than potentially choking (2) EVL-15's with improper air space. Please feel free to drop back in and let us know how the build is going, thanks for running Skar Audio!

-Kevin S.


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