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    a box for 3 subs

    Would a large box work for three subs if the two outside subs are in a sealed chamber and the center sub is in a ported chamber. Would this give me the best of both worlds (sealed and ported)? Or would it sound awful because of differences in the frequencies. Has anyone tried it? I do not have any experience in box building or really in car audio. Thanks for any advice.







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    I would go with one or the other.



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    There's probably a reason you never see a mix of the two..pick one and be happy..otherwise you'll be miserable trying to fix it or get another box.




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