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    Re: Bandpass Box (DD9510g) ported through rear deck? should i do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by 80INCHES View Post
    thats what im designing for u
    but only 1 port for the 4th order..but i think u do have space for a 6th order
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    do u think we could do a sixth order then ? i like the idea of 2 ports



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    Re: Bandpass Box (DD9510g) ported through rear deck? should i do it?

    u can do it....

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    Re: Bandpass Box (DD9510g) ported through rear deck? should i do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by 80INCHES View Post
    u can do it....

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    i probably could but i doubt it would sound very good........



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    Re: Bandpass Box (DD9510g) ported through rear deck? should i do it?

    Hey thanks 80 the only thing that i can see that wont work is the 6 in aero port. ( its about 8" to get up through the rear speaker hole) what could we do about that?



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