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    sealed box hole

    i have a sealed box, and there is a little itty bitty whole in the side of it about 1/2-3/4 mm in the side to let the cables pass out. now be aware, the cables are a VERY tight fit in this hole and not much space is left. is this bad to have a lil opening like this?...the opening is VERY small. and if not, what can i use if anything to seal it



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    you may use caulk to seal it



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    ANY air leak is not a good thing. Your box should
    be as tight as possible. I have my speaker wires
    run through a hole cut out in the box. Like you've got.

    I used Liquid Nails on both sides to seal it up.



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    Does having a small hole in a ported box matter much?




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