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    Problem with ports

    OK so today I was building my box and I didn't realize that where I had place the four ports would interfere with the magnet of the sub. It touched by a little but it touched, so it couldn't stay that way. Would it be ok if I stacked up baffles ontop of baffles just to ensure that the ports aren't so close to the subs?







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    Re: Problem with ports

    go inverted?




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    Re: Problem with ports

    Quote Originally Posted by Death By Bass
    that would be fine...
    It would be fine if I added like 3 or 4 baffles just to give the box extra support and ensure that the ports are ok?




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    Re: Problem with ports

    Quote Originally Posted by Death By Bass
    umm, yes...

    or you could just throw the whole box in the bin, and start again, doing it properly next time...
    x2. Adding 3 or 4 baffles is gonna make that thing heavy. Probably worth getting a couple more sheets and starting again. Thats what I would do.



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    Re: Problem with ports

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnuffBass
    x2. Adding 3 or 4 baffles is gonna make that thing heavy. Probably worth getting a couple more sheets and starting again. Thats what I would do.
    I would have but im short on money after buying every thing. It was heavy as **** but we were able to get it back into the car with two people.




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