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    Anyone ever do this with 6th order?

    Modeling 6th order bandpass (sub mounted inside, both chambers ported out). Seems that if you make the passband really narrow say 5hz, it models a ferrocious peak. Anyone ever try this? I think I may give it a whirl this week but if someone else has done it and it was fail I'll save the wood.

    Purpose would be to tune between 52 and 57hz for burp only.







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    Re: Anyone ever do this with 6th order?

    The enclosure may peak there, but not necessarily in-cabin. Depending how peaky it really is, it may play music better than you would expect. Many 4th orders are modeled this way. you dont normally get the upper end gain you would from the subs, so the upward slipe matches well with cabin gain.

    Id do a series-tuned for spl IMO or a proper slot is always a good choice..



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