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    15" Type R tuning

    I've got a 15" type r and am building a box, I was wondering what a reasonable tuning frequency would be for listening mostly to music (as opposed to bass testers) without sacrificing SPL?







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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    80hz get that bass that hits you in yo chest son, in all serious around 33-38hz




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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    Do a fucking search.



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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    35hz



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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    Quote Originally Posted by GalitanNRG View Post
    I've got a 15" type r and am building a box, I was wondering what a reasonable tuning frequency would be for listening mostly to music (as opposed to bass testers) without sacrificing SPL?
    You're always going to be making a trade off with SPL and SQ. But, I agree with Skip, 35hz tends to be a good daily tuning.




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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

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    Do a fucking search.
    ok mr. i made like 5 audioque threads... lmao



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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

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    ok mr. i made like 5 audioque threads... lmao
    x2 i love how buck try's to act oldschool, your just another punk bish.



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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    **** 08er's think they're cool because it's 2009 now




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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    Quote Originally Posted by icweiner View Post
    ok mr. i made like 5 audioque threads... lmao
    I know

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    x2 i love how buck try's to act oldschool, your just another punk bish.
    I'm not trying to act oldschool. Type R questions have to be the most common question on this forum.

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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    33-35



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    Re: 15" Type R tuning

    Would there be a significant decrease in SPL if i had it tuned to 25Hz (it looks like i'm probably following the crowd and going 34)




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