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The 2019 GeekWrapped 'best product in category' winner; Hippo XL 84R is a CEA 2031 Certified Subwoofer apart of the current wildly popular HIPPOXL Series Subwoofers. Big Bass with a Big Bottom! The XL84R is Dual 4 Ohm, 900 RMS 1800 Max and uses a high temp 2.5” Aluminum VC, 120oz stacked Strontium Magnets with tight Red stitching that’s sewn through Kevlar Fiber Non-Pressed Paper Cones.
|Voice Coil||2.5" Dual 4 Ohm|
|Surround||Tall and Narrow Foam|
|Terminals||Heavy Duty Direct Input Wires Connection|
|Tinsel Leads||Heavy Duty Triple|
|X-Max||15mm peak to peak|
|Ported Box||12"H x 11"D x 11"W (Round Port 3" x 8")|
|Sealed Box||1.1 ft3|
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Thinking of running 3 HippoXL82R. 1) What would the optimal ported box volume and port dimensions be if they are all in shared space (Braced of coarse) ? 2) If wired in series/parallel (1.33 Ohms), would I put enough power to them for their combined RMS 1800. Or are they working as 1 therefore only need enough power for 1 sub ? can you suggest a amp wattage ?
Hello Joe, I would suggest giving the trio of HippoXL82R's roughly 1.75 cubes combined after displacement. Tune in the 34hz range with about 26 square inches of port area. For daily listening, that is plenty of power for all 3.