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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    Test fitting. . .









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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    looks good. Gonna have to try the kerfed corner for myself soon.



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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    Could someone take the time to explain this port style to me. I'm interested.

    I've made a pretty successful box for 2 pioneer SVC 10's. built a sloted vent onto the back and tuned it to 36 htz. Sounds pretty nice.
    Want to go to a single 10, Probably going to get an L5... Or something similar.
    Something that would be perfect for 450 RMS @ 2 ohms underrated. anything D4 that would be perfect for 450@ 2 ohms.

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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    the port style is for making less air turbulence

    nice start m8




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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    Im interested in learning more about the curved design as well.




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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    looks good so far



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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    curved just gives you a smoother port transition, less port noise.

    If you cut slots in mdf about 3/4" apart and then moisten the other side a bit you can bend it like that.

    or you can also buy type of wood called bend-a-board thats specifially made to do that with.




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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    Quote Originally Posted by 3kgtAudio View Post
    curved just gives you a smoother port transition, less port noise.

    If you cut slots in mdf about 3/4" apart and then moisten the other side a bit you can bend it like that.

    or you can also buy type of wood called bend-a-board thats specifially made to do that with.



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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    Quote Originally Posted by 3kgtAudio View Post
    curved just gives you a smoother port transition, less port noise.

    If you cut slots in mdf about 3/4" apart and then moisten the other side a bit you can bend it like that.

    or you can also buy type of wood called bend-a-board thats specifially made to do that with.
    moisture and MDF dont play well with each other. . .

    rather, just kerf it then bend the wood, it will go without trying to pull out other tricks as long as your cuts are good.




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    Re: 12" RE SE into a Crystler 300

    nice box for far. ima have to make a similar one for my Fi Q. How many and how far apart do the cuts have to be? and how much length do I need to add to my port?




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