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amayseng
01-16-2014, 11:30 PM
Thinking of putting my fosgste punch 2d4 10" in a tube ported enclosure for the spring for more room in my crv

anyone with experience of how it will sound?

its currently in a sealed .85 box with 500rms and is fantastic

anyone with any experience? Hate to lose money for poor sound

Side Show
01-16-2014, 11:48 PM
look into ported tube boxes..... if it's sealed and the same volume as the last box, it should sound pretty much the same

SamIam71
01-17-2014, 12:20 AM
Thinking of putting my fosgste punch 2d4 10" in a tube ported enclosure for the spring for more room in my crv

anyone with experience of how it will sound?

its currently in a sealed .85 box with 500rms and is fantastic

anyone with any experience? Hate to lose money for poor sound
If you mean tube enclosures as in "Bass Tube" type designs, I have heard some that were phenomenal. Untitled: Photo (http://seesaw71.tumblr.com/image/70916177068)
Untitled: Photo (http://seesaw71.tumblr.com/image/70916200277) This is a rough sketchup of one I have seen work very well. The port tube should be bigger than shown though, maybe 2.5-3 ".

sideshowbob
01-17-2014, 07:37 PM
Hi , I'm also after some tube help . if you find any information on open tube or 1/4 wave please link me

bbeljefe
01-19-2014, 12:30 PM
Hi , I'm also after some tube help . if you find any information on open tube or 1/4 wave please link me

Here are a few good reads on wave t-lines:

Quarter Wavelength Loudspeaker Design (http://www.quarter-wave.com/)
Pearls from Martin J King Quarter Wave Design (http://t-linespeakers.org/design/MJK-for-dummies/index.html)

If you have any particular questions about t-lines, I'm happy to answer them if I can. I make no claim to being an authority on them but I'm pretty geeked out about them and have built a number of them.