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    acustic filler?

    My box is 3.5 cubes tuned to 35. I need 6 cubes for max output spec required by manufactor. I heard that if I put acustic filler in the box it would stimulate a bigger chamber. How true is this and if is is true, how would I determin how much to use.







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    Re: acustic filler?

    Quote Originally Posted by subzero View Post
    My box is 3.5 cubes tuned to 35. I need 6 cubes for max output spec required by manufactor. I heard that if I put acustic filler in the box it would stimulate a bigger chamber. How true is this and if is is true, how would I determin how much to use.


    it tricks the woofer into thinking there is more airspace, but only in a sealed enclosure.





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    I have 4 12s getting 2K watts rms and my front stage is 4 Walmart JVC coaxials running off 16 watts rms of head unit power. My sub sounds fine but my mids and highs don't sound very clear and start to distort long before my subs do. Anybody know why? Any suggestions?

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    Re: acustic filler?

    Quote Originally Posted by nineball View Post
    it tricks the woofer into thinking there is more airspace, but only in a sealed enclosure.
    Are you sure it wont work in a ported box?




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