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    sliding port!

    does anyone know how to make a sliding port? Or know a website where i can learn how to make one? I want to build one into my next box and i have no idea how to...



    In the process of building an enclosure for 2 12" Magnum D2's... should be fun :thumbsup




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    beyond audio has sliding port plans. http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/hebig1/index2.html




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    is the purpose of a sliding port just to be able to change the tuned frequency more less on the fly?



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    basically yes. I am doing it so that for competitions i can have my box tuned to something like 56 and for daily driving i can have it tuned to 33...



    In the process of building an enclosure for 2 12" Magnum D2's... should be fun :thumbsup

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