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    40.5" of port area

    think this is to much for a 12" high excusion woofer off 2k watts in a 2.5 cubic foot box? will be used for daily. gave up on the aero idea. to expensive.



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    sounds good to me, 16.2 sq/in per cube



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    thats what i was thinking. plus this sub is meant to play low notes below 30 hertz, so more area couldnt hurt i wouldnt think.



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    What sub?



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Yea thats not excessive at all




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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Quote Originally Posted by falcons03079313 View Post
    thats what i was thinking. plus this sub is meant to play low notes below 30 hertz, so more area couldnt hurt i wouldnt think.
    won't have as much control over the sub, so it might not like real low stuff. Especially if you have a lot of power and the enclosure is on the large size for the sub...




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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Quote Originally Posted by mlstrass View Post
    won't have as much control over the sub, so it might not like real low stuff. Especially if you have a lot of power and the enclosure is on the large size for the sub...
    Hey while ur here im thinkin about building.new box for.the hdc4.s how.much port should.i use in 4.5 cubes ..they have 76 now and i feek like they need to breath more..gona be subs forward port side..sorry op for minor hijack




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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Quote Originally Posted by NASTY08IMPALA View Post
    Hey while ur here im thinkin about building.new box for.the hdc4.s how.much port should.i use in 4.5 cubes ..they have 76 now and i feek like they need to breath more..gona be subs forward port side..sorry op for minor hijack
    How much power?



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Aq3500.1 i jus slapped themcin my box for.my dd3512.s which are for.sale now




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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Quote Originally Posted by NASTY08IMPALA View Post
    Hey while ur here im thinkin about building.new box for.the hdc4.s how.much port should.i use in 4.5 cubes ..they have 76 now and i feek like they need to breath more..gona be subs forward port side..sorry op for minor hijack
    16^2 is plenty for daily. You could do 20^2 and tune a little higher, then use a port reducer for playing low stuff...

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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Yup i cant lose.my lows guess ill jus keep it around 16-17 but im gona change boxes ...they do slam sir lol. now threadjack complete




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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    dont worry about thread jacking in my threads bro. i would rather you ask here instead of making another thread asking the same question.



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    Re: 40.5" of port area

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    What sub?
    tc9 with fi audio soft parts.



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    Completely seal off and deaden my doors
    aquire a 2k amp
    aquire a 2 channel amp for front stage

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