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mesudman
05-13-2007, 01:59 PM
I tryed to find a B460 or B380 to use along with my L220 but they are very hard to find and when I found a B460 I was asked 2000$ with shipping , big price for me.
I was thinking to buy a new JBL E250 for my apartment will work fine.
what do you guys think ?Any one has a JBL subwoofer for sale ?
Thanks bye

johnaec
05-13-2007, 02:18 PM
I would think a bit of judicious EQ would be all you would need for LF enhancement with the L220's - with the LE14A and passive radiator, they can do LF very well, unless you need earth-shaking output at 20hz.

You could also purchase a 2245H, and build your own cabinet...

John

Zilch
05-13-2007, 04:20 PM
http://www.lansingheritage.org/html/jbl/reference/technical/1983-subs.htm

jim campbell
05-13-2007, 04:36 PM
I would think a bit of judicious EQ would be all you would need for LF enhancement with the L220's - with the LE14A and passive radiator, they can do LF very well, unless you need earth-shaking output at 20hz.

You could also purchase a 2245H, and build your own cabinet...

Johni wonder what would happen if the passive radiator was swapped for a 2235 and maybe the woof crossed over to function as a mid bass.i gotta think that someone out there has tried something like that

Zilch
05-13-2007, 05:51 PM
i wonder what would happen if the passive radiator was swapped for a 2235 and maybe the woof crossed over to function as a mid bass.i gotta think that someone out there has tried something like thatAnd split the volume, or box off the LE14 and port the rest?

Just tune the PR higher and add a sub, instead.

And why, anyway? Bottom half of L220(2) is being used as a sub itself by some members here. There's no lack of LF response.

I should stay out of L220 discussions; they're at the back of the stack here....

mesudman
05-14-2007, 04:17 AM
I know L220 LE14H and passive radiator make a good LF but I really do not listed to them to loud and at low volumes the bass frecvency I would like to be more present that's why I tought for a subwoofer
all the best

sourceoneaudio
05-14-2007, 09:31 AM
Pull the LE14's and install a LE14H-3's in them ? :p



Jeff
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