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    tune to port length ratio

    i'm buliding a box for 2 15" L7s, it wil be 6 cu.ft. 3 for each sub, so how big will the port have to be if i wanna tune it tom 35hz?







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    Re: tune to port length ratio

    by the way im gona us maze style ports




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    Re: tune to port length ratio

    clicky

    mazy style lol you mean slot port




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    Re: tune to port length ratio

    will this design work for a L7? http://img23.imageshack.us/my.php?im...465sqin4wj.png
    it is for one sub but what if i just double the calculations and build both together so they're as one with a divider between them would it still be 3 cu.ft. for each sub @ 354hz?




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    Re: tune to port length ratio

    Quote Originally Posted by talon2nr7588
    will this design work for a L7? http://img23.imageshack.us/my.php?im...465sqin4wj.png
    it is for one sub but what if i just double the calculations and build both together so they're as one with a divider between them would it still be 3 cu.ft. for each sub @ 354hz?
    yup, but be careful in your calculations to build one box.



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