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    how to figure lxwxh of vent to get hz

    just as the title says how do you figure this?







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    Re: how to figure lxwxh of vent to get hz

    thank you that helps alot




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    Re: how to figure lxwxh of vent to get hz

    Quick question,

    When it aks for the box volume, then the desired tuning frequency...are you supposed to enter the size that you want the box to be AFTER vent displacement?......

    ..And then when it tells you the length your slot port needs to be, do you then figure up how much space the vent will take up, then add that to the size box you wanted b4 vent displacement to = the total internal volume your box needs to be?

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    Re: how to figure lxwxh of vent to get hz

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac
    Anything that takes up space within the enclosure must be taken into account ... Ports, braces, drivers, etc.

    Also, I don't trust the loudspeakers101 calculator. Use WinISD Pro, JL Audio's formula, or diysubwoofers.org's formula ...
    and all three provide consistantly different answers....c'est la vie!

    the only way to make sure you get it right is to do the formula on the JL website...and do it more than once. MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE!



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