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    How do i determine the tuning of a box?

    i see people saying their box is 5.2ft^3 tuned to 34 HZ and stuff like that, how do you tune a box? PLEASE DONT LAUGH AT ME



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    Re: How do i determine the tuning of a box?

    by how big the port is




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    Re: How do i determine the tuning of a box?

    just go to subwoofertools.com you type in a of you measurements w.h.d and put in hz u want it and it'll do it all for you.




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    Re: How do i determine the tuning of a box?

    Length of the port in relation to the size of the box....or use a tuning fork.




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    Re: How do i determine the tuning of a box?

    Tuning fork is the best.




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