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    how to design a vented enclosure

    i have been working on that **** thread that is stikied up top and i can not figure out what hes trying to do.. is there a more simple site that explains in more simple terms where i could learn to build a vented enclosure?







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    Re: how to design a vented enclosure

    The best way is to get a book, such as the car stereo cookbook or the loudspeaker design cookbook, and read read read. What Noah posted is really the simplest it gets. It's all algebra and geometry, the hard part is being able to see the various parts of the box without a tangible model.




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    Re: how to design a vented enclosure

    over the years i know i have posted lots about vented enclosures. if you'd like, do an advanced search using my name and port, tuning, vented....one, or all, of those will lean ya something.



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