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Been lurking a while and decided I wanted to start a project and put together my first DIY Subwoofer. My current room is 10' x 11' x 9' and is literally my bedroom. Uses would be 80% movies/games and 20% music. I know either of the choices will be overkill for a room this size but I'll be moving in about six months and the system would probably be going into a more normal sized living room. Since it's my first DIY even though I'm fairly handy I've narrowed it down to two flat packs. The DIYSG Stonehenge or a um18-22 4 cu. knockdown kit. How do the two kits compare? Would a um18-22 be a good match for the Stonehenge? Or should I save a few bucks and get a SI HT18 would there be an audible difference? And since one is never enough would the inuke 3000DSP be enough for two um18-22s or HT18s? Or would I need a 6000DSP? Thanks for any help!


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