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    High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    Sealed can range from $5+. Really depends on the size, shape, and amount of chambers.

    Ported: $20-30, the more complicated, the more expensive.

    All kerfs and flared ports are automatic $30

    4th order bandpasses, 6th order bandpasses, t-line's start at $30 and usually stay there. Sometimes there is a $5-10 extra if you want a lot of extra work, like a bunch of plexiglass, terribly funky shapes, or a massive flared/kerfed port.



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    Re: High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    If anyone wants a hybrid style design, I've got a few in mind.



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    Re: High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    Just bump on this so people know the prices.



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    Re: High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    bump for good prices...




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    Re: High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    have you ever done a design that can be used as both sealed and ported? so I can take out one sub and cover the port and put a diff sub in the same box and use it as a sealed box, then it would be much easier to swap subs ect.

    I understand that ported boxes are a lot bigger than sealed boxes, but how big is too big sealed?




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    Re: High Output Enclosures Design Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Side Show View Post
    have you ever done a design that can be used as both sealed and ported? so I can take out one sub and cover the port and put a diff sub in the same box and use it as a sealed box, then it would be much easier to swap subs ect.

    I understand that ported boxes are a lot bigger than sealed boxes, but how big is too big sealed?
    I haven't done this before, but you'd probably want to use an aero. More than likely any ported box is going to be too big for the woofer sealed, unless it's kicker.



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