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    What Impact Does Shape Play w/ A Proted Enclosure?

    I've been going back and forth between sealed and ported for awhile now.

    I've been looking at Kicker L5s, L7s, JL W3s and W0s all in 10"

    I have a JBL 1202D 12" sub right now. I've also been looking at the Rockford Fosgate P3 line 12" subwoofer.

    I have a very slim amount of room to work with behind my 08 Sport Trac's rear seat.

    Something like 48" W x 3" D 1 x 7-9" D 2 x 21 H. It works out to about 2.5 cubic inches gross.

    So it's a very skinny wedge shape.

    My qiestion is:

    Does the shape of the box play a large impact on a ported enclosure?



    With the type of sub should I use with that shape box? I'm after more low range bass with this install.

    here is a link to my other thread: http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=387956



    Current Audio System

    Front Stage:
    Alpine CDA 9883 HU
    JL Audio XR570CSI Comps/ Stock Rear Fill.
    JBL CS60.4 Amp
    Sub stage:
    (2) JL Audio CP108LG-W3v3
    JL Audio 500/1 Sub Amp




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    Re: What Impact Does Shape Play w/ A Proted Enclosure?

    Ah crap. The title was supposed to say Ported not Proted.



    Current Audio System

    Front Stage:
    Alpine CDA 9883 HU
    JL Audio XR570CSI Comps/ Stock Rear Fill.
    JBL CS60.4 Amp
    Sub stage:
    (2) JL Audio CP108LG-W3v3
    JL Audio 500/1 Sub Amp

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