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    Has anyone here played around with IB'ing a SR12 SVC? Is it a worthwhile venture or am I hoping and wishing that it would work well?

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    The QTS is right.
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    So it would work well correct?

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    This is what I was asking a long time ago and never got a straight answer. I was going to do a single 12 IB with 300w and while some say the QTS was right, others said it was way off and other parameters were off too. I have no idea and Polk doesn't list it as an option so my plan is to go sealed off 1kw. Just need to stop being lazy and start installing. It's only been a year. haha!
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