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da_bOm
08-18-2003, 09:27 PM
I just recently finsihed building a new box fro my type R's and anyways i was wondering how do i figure out the tuning frequency to port my box to? and what dimensions i shoudl make my port? the box is 3.6 cu ft, any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks alot

da_bOm
08-18-2003, 09:36 PM
im located in the sunny okanagan.. Kelowna

the box is 36 wide, 29 deep and 5.5 high also i fibreglasses the spare tire which is 26 diameter and 6 deep

thx alot man

da_bOm
08-18-2003, 09:37 PM
sorry its 3/4'' mdf too and those are the ext dimension

ss3079
08-18-2003, 09:57 PM
im located in the sunny okanagan.. Kelowna

the box is 36 wide, 29 deep and 5.5 high also i fibreglasses the spare tire which is 26 diameter and 6 deep

thx alot man

I'll let Jmac help you with the box ... :D

Just wanted to say I'm in the West Kootenay's, about 3.5 hours from you :D

- Steve

ss3079
08-18-2003, 10:05 PM
Cool, one of the local experts here lives near you (SS3079) ...

Box = 2.19618 ft^3

As for the spare tire well, I need to know the thickness of the fiberglass used ...

Did you use the water method of finding the volume ?

Yeah well guess what, the box is bigger than we thought ... take B and add 5 inches ... I cut it @ 25", and thats what it's supposed to be :) Every little bit of airspace counts :)

- Steve

da_bOm
08-19-2003, 01:08 PM
here is the calculator used to obtain the volume of my box..
http://www.eatel.net/~amptech/elecdisc/fibrglas.htm

so i need a port tuned to 30hz? how would i be able to figure out what dimensions that is in a square port? also what formulas do you guys use to figure this out i would love to know how its done...?

THanks alot for the help

accord18
08-19-2003, 04:54 PM
loudspeakers101.com/ventcal1 has a slot port calculator all u have to do is put in the internal cubes then desired tuning frequency the heighth and width of the port and it will tell you how deep to make the port

ss3079
08-19-2003, 04:56 PM
Apparently that calculator is way off ...

But I've yet to find two port length calculators come with the exact same number come out of it.

- Steve