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    Box size and its effect question

    I am curious as to how box size effects the output of a given sub,....say you take a 10" sub that is in a 1.0cubic ft box tuned to 35hz as recommended by the sub designer and place that same 10" sub in a 1.5cubic ft enclosure tuned to 35hz or even a 2.0cubic ft enclosure tuned to 35hz. What will be the differences in output?







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    Re: Box size and its effect question

    depends also on power input

    if that sub is say 250rms and the box size is recomended at 1cube, and you put it in 2 cu on 500rms, that sub is very likely gonna blow...conversely if you put it in .5 with 100rms, the out put will be almost non existant



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    Re: Box size and its effect question

    let me qualify my statement before it gets nit-picked...these statements are "in general..."



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