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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    That right there proves my point. There is now way a ''one size fits all'' design from the manufacture is going to be optimal in your car. Meaning you didn't have the best box you could get for the 10''
    True, I'll give you that.



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    some help please'??




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    some help please'??
    I can help you out if you want to purchase a design. What kind of help are you looking for?





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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    some dimensions for a t line for a alpine r 10 1043d thanx




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    Quote Originally Posted by wenn_du_weinst View Post
    That right there proves my point. There is now way a ''one size fits all'' design from the manufacture is going to be optimal in your car. Meaning you didn't have the best box you could get for the 10''
    So how do you find out whats optimal for your car?
    Thinking of designing a Tline for a sa-8 v.2




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    some dimensions for a t line for a alpine r 10 1043d thanx
    Send me an email and Ill see if I can get you some basic info. email is in sig





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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    So how do you find out whats optimal for your car?
    Thinking of designing a Tline for a sa-8 v.2
    It takes a while if done correctly. Explaining it can take a while as well. If I can remember when I have more time, Ill jump in and explain a bit......if I remember.

    I will note that tlines for the sa8s are a great idea.





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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    It takes a while if done correctly. Explaining it can take a while as well. If I can remember when I have more time, Ill jump in and explain a bit......if I remember.

    I will note that tlines for the sa8s are a great idea.
    Thats what I like to hear I just really want to know the science/math that goes behind determining what box is best for your desired output which in this case is loud and flat.




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    Quote Originally Posted by wenn_du_weinst View Post
    Now I will have to add before some one else says it;
    A tline may sound louder to the ear as it will be louder over a larger area, while the ported enclosure will be more peaky.
    If you want to design tlines and horns you need to download hornresp (or other similar) but get ready to read up on the instructions. It is about as user friendly as building your own rocket.
    Hornsrep is vet difficult to learn.



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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    I was considering a different type box for my next setup too since I will be running on limited power...




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

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    Hornsrep is vet difficult to learn.
    It also does not give you everything you need to know yet..still. But yea, in order to learn the physics and acoustics behind it (and I mean comfortably and extensively), it can take a while if you have the time and the right information. Dont rely as much on others opinions as you should your own experiences also, because every design is different. There are constants, but you then have to know what they are and how those constants even effect every other variable. Very very complex if you want to do it more accurately than just an, "I am tuning it to 33Hz, and making the volume 2.5 cubic ft and placing the subs up and port back" (example of course).





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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    Id really like to learn how to design...




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    Quote Originally Posted by wenn_du_weinst View Post
    Now I will have to add before some one else says it;
    A tline may sound louder to the ear as it will be louder over a larger area, while the ported enclosure will be more peaky.
    If you want to design tlines and horns you need to download hornresp (or other similar) but get ready to read up on the instructions. It is about as user friendly as building your own rocket.
    I defiantly agree it takes some correct cutting skillz and lots of reading, I personally like a well designed ported enclosure.




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    Re: Benefits of a T-line Enclsosure

    I just want to know how people determine what size enclosure for what size sub in what vehicle I know it probably has something to to do with the car and cabin geometry of the car but Is it just a guessing game or is there math behind it when people say this box is the right box for my car vs the manufacturers suggestions




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    I assure you it is no guesswork









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