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    10" type r box

    Would this box be alright? I'm pretty sure it is, just getting some opinion before I build it. Dimensions are 31.75X11.25x10.5 with ~1.4 ft^3 of volume and 30.5 inches of port tuned to 33 hz.







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    Re: 10" type r box

    It's better to run the port straight against the back wall rather than zig zag it.




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    Re: 10" type r box

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianChia View Post
    It's better to run the port straight against the back wall rather than zig zag it.
    Well I don't have anything to kurf cut the mdf and bend it if I do it that way. Is it really that bad to run it this way?




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    Re: 10" type r box

    You don't need to kerf cut anything. Just join two pieces in an L shape.

    Like this:





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    Re: 10" type r box

    I had my 2-10" Type Rs in a 2.15 cu ft box (after displacement) tuned to 35 hz...I thought it needed a bit more of the lowend stuff

    it got pretty loud though

    congrats on your sub...good choice





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    Re: 10" type r box

    Alright man thanks I'll just redo it with the L.
    Thanks again slammed so you think 1.4 ft^3 would be too much for 1 10"?




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    Re: 10" type r box

    Quote Originally Posted by cman9012 View Post
    Alright man thanks I'll just redo it with the L.
    Thanks again slammed so you think 1.4 ft^3 would be too much for 1 10"?
    what sound are you looking for?

    how much power?





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    Re: 10" type r box

    I'm looking for SQl and at the moment I only have 280 but I'm looking to add a little more in the future




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    Re: 10" type r box

    Quote Originally Posted by cman9012 View Post
    I'm looking for SQl and at the moment I only have 280 but I'm looking to add a little more in the future
    1.4 before sub displacement?

    if so, I think you will be fine. If you want lower bass and want the sub to be more efficient you can make the box bigger...but it will probably get a bit boomy.





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    Re: 10" type r box

    ya that's before thanks man. I'll let you know how it all turns out when I get it built and going.




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    Re: 10" type r box





    32hz tune would be nice





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    Re: 10" type r box

    Hmmm. Since it is being underpowered.. Wouldn't you want the box larger? Decreases power handling but increases output. Right?




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    Re: 10" type r box

    Quote Originally Posted by miker View Post
    Hmmm. Since it is being underpowered.. Wouldn't you want the box larger? Decreases power handling but increases output. Right?
    In theory, yes... but the sound can also change slightly, in favor of a more boomy sound.



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    Re: 10" type r box

    Well i got it redrawn today. 1.4 ft^3 before sub disp. tuned to 34hz. Does this look a little better?




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    Re: 10" type r box

    thats the same as mine, my port is like 1-1/2" x19"




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