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    Will this work?



    It's 10ft^3 @ 35Hz.
    Can you have a port that short? It has sufficient port area, but because the box is so large, WinISD gives me a small port length. In order to get a port length that is reasonable, the port area has to be outrageous. Will the one I designed work or nah?




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    Re: Will this work?

    It will work.




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    Re: Will this work?

    Also the right side bracing is kind of worthless.




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    Re: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianChia View Post
    Also the right side bracing is kind of worthless.
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    Have a brace going the other direction maybe....just deep enough so the subs motor wont touch, or you could design it so the subs motor fits right into it and suports some of its weight



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    Re: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianChia View Post
    Also the right side bracing is kind of worthless.
    bc its too close to the wall as it is?



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    Re: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckyBoy View Post


    It's 10ft^3 @ 35Hz.
    Can you have a port that short? It has sufficient port area, but because the box is so large, WinISD gives me a small port length. In order to get a port length that is reasonable, the port area has to be outrageous. Will the one I designed work or nah?
    Lose the bracing to the right of the subwoofer, shift the position of the subwoofer to the right along with the bracing that's to the left of the subwoofer and that should solve the problem of the left brace being to close to the port.

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    Do as above and only do a half brace on the left side to half the depth of the enclosure and then do a full width interior horzonital brace along the back wall about 4 inches width. That should take care of of any back wall flex.




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