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    Port volume outside the enclosure

    Shall I assume that the volume of the ports extending out of an enclosure would influence the tuning frequency? I want the ports to fire through the rear speaker holes that enter into the trunk from inside the cabin on the rear shelf.



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    Re: Port volume outside the enclosure

    No it doesn't.




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    Re: Port volume outside the enclosure

    thought it did. thx



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    Re: Port volume outside the enclosure

    a port is a port. no matter how far inside the box or how far extended outside the box. Although more internal port more port displacement. but you obviously know that.




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