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    Sectioning a ported box?

    Not sure how to ask this but..Im putting 3x typeRs in my 6.9cu ft box i made..ported..would it be a big diff if i sectioned off andported each type r inside the box?







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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    I wouldn't do it.

    You would have to be very. VERY precise to get the same tuning



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkerking09 View Post
    I wouldn't do it.

    You would have to be very. VERY precise to get the same tuning
    yah i just was told that it was better to do that than just put all 3 in the same box using the sameairspace..i dont see how this could be bad in anyway..and i REALLY dont wanna have to take the box apart to do it.




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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    not a big difference, i'd keep it all a common chamber. good to see another southern louisiana person on here.



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkerking09 View Post
    I wouldn't do it.

    You would have to be very. VERY precise to get the same tuning
    So, are you trying to say you suggest against dual ported enclosures...?

    And to OP: The pros with that is that if one driver dies, the other ones won't be put under more stress due to the excess space. The cons is, like Bunkerking said, you have to make sure all the ports are the same. If you use an aeroport, it won't be hard to achieve that.



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by IDSkoT View Post
    So, are you trying to say you suggest against dual ported enclosures...?

    And to OP: The pros with that is that if one driver dies, the other ones won't be put under more stress due to the excess space. The cons is, like Bunkerking said, you have to make sure all the ports are the same. If you use an aeroport, it won't be hard to achieve that.
    I would always go with a common chamber over a dual port.



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Well i was just making sure u all wouldnt be like "SEPERATE THEM JEEZUS CHRIST HURRY" ..i really didnt want to have toso I wont...it makes things alot easier for me..Im planning on 6x 12" type Rs in a wall in the future..like maybe summer..then i may seperate i dunno..or like 4x15s




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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by kfx450r View Post
    Well i was just making sure u all wouldnt be like "SEPERATE THEM JEEZUS CHRIST HURRY" ..i really didnt want to have toso I wont...it makes things alot easier for me..Im planning on 6x 12" type Rs in a wall in the future..like maybe summer..then i may seperate i dunno..or like 4x15s
    You could do a 4th order bandpass



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkerking09 View Post
    I would always go with a common chamber over a dual port.
    You can have a dual ported common chamber
    I'd just suggest you not comment with so much bravado on things you're unsure of.

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkerking09 View Post
    You could do a 4th order bandpass
    8th order is much more complicated... but I don't see the point.



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    As long as you get the airspace and ports right, there won't be any difference between separated chambers and a common chamber.



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    Re: Sectioning a ported box?

    Quote Originally Posted by SSS 18734 View Post
    As long as you get the airspace and ports right, there won't be any difference between separated chambers and a common chamber.
    Alright then im def not going to section them.

    Also i have another question but dont wanna make 500 threads so. Would 3x 12" Type Rs slam harder at 300w each than 2x type Rs12" at 550w each?




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