Are 3 ports better than 2?
Before I get criticized, please let me explain
Im not an expert in the science of boxes, but my box is on the smaller/average size for the 15" subs Im using. I have two 6" ports at the moment tuned to around 34Hz. I was hoping to go up to a single 8 or 10" but a custom made port shipped up here to Caanda is gonna cost me $150 plus!
So if I added a third 6" port, which can be had up here easily for cheap and had the box tuned the same, eventhough Im losing internal space by adding another port, would I feel a difference in the bass having a different effect since more air would be exiting the box with 3 aeroports instead on 2?
I judt feel that I could get more from the subs. They pound pretty good right now, but when I get to a certain level of volume, it feels/sounds like they peaked. Not sure the exact audio term for that
It could be worthless to do, but I thought Id ask
MY SET-UP :
Head Unit :Pioneer Premier P660 w/ card remote
Subwoofers :4-12" Pioneer Premier TSW-1241 (Dual-Voice Coils)
Sub Amps :2 Zenon ASB-2200.1
Speaker Amp:Soundstream Rubicon 604 (4Ch.)
Rear Speak Fill:6x9 Infinity's
Front Speak:CDT (CL-641 3-Way Comps in custom kickpods)
Wires/Cables/Installation :2 runs of 0/1 guage, Knukonceptz RCA's, battery terminals, fuseholders, and 12,14 guage speaker wire and.. The Big 3
Sound deadening : 30sq.ft of Secondskin & 150 B-Quiet Extreme for doors etc., 200 sq.ft of Edead v.2 for floors and trunk
Box:6 Cu.Ft @32Hz