Isobaric bass cab?

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  1. spwath

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    So im building a bass cab, and have 2 JBL 2226h's on hand, and plan on getting a midrange driver.

    I want it to be as small as possible, and I was looking, it seems like Isobaric is a good way to do that.
    However, acording to winISD it will bring the sensitivity from 97db/w to 94db/w. But, since its 2 8 ohm woofers, does that make it a 4 ohm cab? So then I get twice the power into it?

    Also, im not sure quite how isobaric works. Would the drivers be facing each other or not? And in winISD it give a volume of the cab, does that include the space between woofers?


    Also, could I coaxially mount a 6.5" driver in front of the 15" woofer without it getting in the way of sound?
     

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