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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    A PEQ would do the trick but, maybe try corner loading. When I corner loaded my XL it became flatter but, made it peak 55-60hz to a point where it was annoying.



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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Quote Originally Posted by audiobaun View Post
    Have you tried stuffing the sealed enclosure yet?That may help with that echoey booming sound?You can do so much with a preamp eq.Id look into picking one up.I recommend running one in just about any system..Sure makes the difference.You can find one for under $100 bill these days
    No I haven't tried that, Its already a lil bigger than "recommended''. What should I stuff it with? Polyfill, fiberglass?



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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Quote Originally Posted by murph View Post
    A PEQ would do the trick but, maybe try corner loading. When I corner loaded my XL it became flatter but, made it peak 55-60hz to a point where it was annoying.
    The sub is in the rear corner of my trunk, firing form left to right across the car. Is that what you mean corner loading?


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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Quote Originally Posted by heebs 09gts View Post
    No I haven't tried that, Its already a lil bigger than "recommended''. What should I stuff it with? Polyfill, fiberglass?
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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    What do ya think, like 2lbs for a 1.7cu/ft box?

    Ive never actually bought polyfill, where could I get some? Home depot/lowes?



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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Quote Originally Posted by alexn09 View Post
    Maybe you just have bass boost cranked up on your amp at 50 hertz?
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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    could also be that it lacks output down low, not that 50hz is too loud.....




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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Yes, when I asked about parametric EQ I was going to follow that up by suggesting you cut with 1 band centered around 60 Hz or so. This can even work with a graphic EQ, but it might not have a band that's close enough to really target the problem. It can't hurt to try it. I would do that before blaming the sub or the box, or anything else, really.




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    Re: Want to feel bass more than I hear it!

    Quote Originally Posted by hispls View Post
    Very probably you're just picking up a peak there from the effects of the accoustics of your vehicle. I would first experiment with different aiming and positions of the box in the trunk. That can often have a more dramatic effect than a whole different box.

    It would be an interesting experiment to see how the same box sounds in a different vehicle or even, say in your living room if you have a suitable amp to test.
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