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    tune box

    ok i've always just bought a box to match what subs ive had but im attempting to build my own and i keep seeing "tune box" to such and such,
    how the hell do you tune a BOX??? don't understand this
    explain please







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    Re: tune box

    Use a program from the internet or a free one called Winisd. When a box is tuned to a certain freq, the output of the speaker will be louder when you send the desired freq to the sub. example: Say i tune my box to 32hz (which is about normal tuning freq.) My sub will get loudest from 28 to 47hz theoretically.



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    Re: tune box

    ok so slot deminsions are 2 in wide x 15.75 in high x 25.5 in long and the port extension is 9 in long
    box is round 3.39 cuft
    outside measurements : 26 in. wide x 17 in. high x 16.5 in deep
    what would that be tuned at? im really bad at math lol
    used 3\4" MDF for entire box




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    Re: tune box

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bojangles View Post
    Use a program from the internet or a free one called Winisd. When a box is tuned to a certain freq, the output of the speaker will be louder when you send the desired freq to the sub. example: Say i tune my box to 32hz (which is about normal tuning freq.) My sub will get loudest from 28 to 47hz theoretically.
    i just didnt understand how you actually tuned a box lol threw me off
    thanks for the info tho appreciated




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    Re: tune box

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bojangles View Post
    Use a program from the internet or a free one called Winisd. When a box is tuned to a certain freq, the output of the speaker will be louder when you send the desired freq to the sub. example: Say i tune my box to 32hz (which is about normal tuning freq.) My sub will get loudest from 28 to 47hz theoretically.



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