I started building some boxes on the side for some xtra $$$$..... Things are great as it is something I realy enjoy!! Most of my sub boxes I tune to 35Htz. The one I'm about to port is for a P-up reg. cab. Everyone knows what a pain in the a#* it is to get pounding bass in such a small space behind the seat! The last few I built I used only one 10" 4 Ohm D.V.C. @ 2 Ohm . Man O Man this config. pounds like hell!!! Most people say"It sounds like two 12's" "How do you have the space?"
Well back to my Queri. I do not like to hear port woosh so I go as big as pos. w/ the port. This box is going in a Dodge Dakota a "mid size truck" Great even less room to work w/..... For me I want the port on top of the box so I feel the wind on the back of my neck. I'm not going to shoot it foward in to the back of the seat, or back of the cab, or floor board. This said ,it leaves two sides Top & Side...
I know side gets the job done now. If I port the side I would like to do both sides.
Question #1. So lets say it calls for one port 4"x 6.5" long ...How do I split this up????
Question #2. If I port the top I only have 2-1/2"s to play with.How can I use two 2" ports & not get port woosh?
I hope some of you people w/ mega knowledge will take a moment out of your life to help someone that is trying to learn.
Thank-You C.J. POUND THE GROUND