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    Port through rear deck, sub back

    There are countless threads on doing this, but has anyone ACTUALLY done it? I can't find any definite information on it.

    Iv'e heard there can be some cancellation issues, etc, but all of what iv'e read is guesswork.

    I want to have two aero's going through my rear 6x9 holes, with my BTL faced at my trunk.



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    Re: Port through rear deck, sub back

    No better way to find out but to try





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    Re: Port through rear deck, sub back

    yeah, i'd like to know too. i currently have 2 12's in a forward facing box, 7ft3 gross, thats the first big system ive tried in my car. 2001 accord



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    Re: Port through rear deck, sub back

    I would imagine that if you put it in with the ports through the deck and the sub back it would royally screw with the sound, however Scuba, FBI90909 did that same thing with his TC LMS5400 15, here: http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=401793

    He did some BEAUTIFUL glassing work for that thing, and check out the vid he has.... incredible amount of flex for 1 15" sub



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    Re: Port through rear deck, sub back

    Hmm...any one else? All the builds iv'e seen with port through the deck are sub forward as well.

    Thinking about doing a bandpass now just so I can get my ports in the car.



    Sub: 15" Fi BTL
    Box: 4.4 ft^3 @32hz
    Frontstage: Cadence CWM-6
    Amps: BXI2006d & RF 450.2
    Batteries: Front- Kinetik HC1800 Rear- Odyssey PC625
    Deadener: RAAMat, ~65ft^2
    Refs: Goindef154, jonesy, Incriminator, basscort2009, THXdts, SPY, fasfocus00, Integra2468
    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/enclosure-design-construction-help/412621-guide-aero-ports.html <--Read my Guide on Aero Ports!

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