How can I get this done and make them sound the best? I was thinking of purchasing this speaker box kit. Drilling my 3 way component speakers into them and adding polyfill if I have too, at the end result. I am sure they will sound amazing..at least I hope. This is only gonna be used for my PC speakers, consider this a cool project and upgrade.
Parts Express Knock-Down MDF 0.04 cu. ft. Micro Bookshelf Speaker Cabinet Pair
Now lies the issue of... I need an amp. I am not looking to buy a huge AVR reviver cause that simply will not work, Not only will that be too big, but even some AVR's don't seem to be enough power in 2 channels to give these 6" woofers the bass I'd like. Not to mention most AVRs don't seem to like 4ohm speakers where they usually power 8 and 12s. I could only assume it will sound like poo dung after that, especially with the crossovers the avr will use, I am sure it will filter out all low pass because they have their own sub out where that will be directed.
So I thought about grabbing this thing, will this work and be enough? Could this thing give me the proper crossovers(hopefully none) to let my 3 way passive crossover do the work it should? I basically want unfiltered and let the passive crossover do everything as it should.
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Or do I need to get something else? Again this is gonna connect to a PC via either RCA audio cables or 3.5mm jack through a soundcard.
Any tips or help on this would be great. I would of went the AV forums but I haven't been a member there in years.
Source:Pioneer 80PRS|Front Stage| Eclipse SC8365 3-way components|front stage Amp:4ch Old school Alpine 350w|Substage: RE Audio XXX 15" DVC2| Sub Amp: Sundown [email protected]
1ohm|Box:Spy 3.5cubes @ 33hz