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    CVR 12"s

    My friend has 2 cvr 12"s and was wondering if they perfer a sealed box or ported. I read on another forum that they're sq woofers and do good in sealed enclosures or something like that. How many cubes should the box be? tuned IF ported.



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    Re: CVR 12"s

    Mine are in about 4 cubes sealed....i think they sound great....extremely good sq imo



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    Re: CVR 12"s

    well i had two 12 cvrs and i had them sealed and ported the sealed was about 2.5cubes and the ported was 4 cubes tuned to 32hz and you could tell the diffrence in how loud it was... i personally like ported better cause it was louder and thats what i was looking for




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