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    BOX'S WHATS BETTER FOR SUBS ?boxes with a divider or signle chamber?

    BOX'S WHATS BETTER FOR SUBS ?boxes with a divider or signle chamber?
    i have a dual 12in box signle chamber and when the subs play it looks like there fighting eachother for the air space? should i get a divider? how big of differance would it make?will i loose spl? sq?







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    i would advise getting a box w/ seperate chambers....good luck




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    I tried using a common chamber set up in one of my systems and it had a bad resonance due to flexing, after i switched to a dual chamber enclosure of the same size and it sounded great.




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