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    Buck's new box design

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    Man look's nice.




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    Re: Buck's new box design

    what's the net volume on that box Buck? And what is the ideal port area per 18 for loud and low? working on a box like that for my next build that will be starting soon. my volume after displacements will be 23.91/ft3 and want to tune around 27-29hz. won't get very loud starting out cuz 2 of the 18" apx's have never seen power




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    Re: Buck's new box design

    Quote Originally Posted by beatnbronco View Post
    what's the net volume on that box Buck? And what is the ideal port area per 18 for loud and low? working on a box like that for my next build that will be starting soon. my volume after displacements will be 23.91/ft3 and want to tune around 27-29hz. won't get very loud starting out cuz 2 of the 18" apx's have never seen power
    Depends on your port's height.
    Start off by multiplying your cubic feet by 14-16 to get your crossectional area aka port area. Then take that number divide it by your height and you see how wide the port should be.
    If you dont have Winisd, just download it, its pretty simple to use.
    If you dont want to do that then use this Subwoofer Enclosure Calculators, Parallel, Series, Port Length and Volume go to the slot port calculator and enter in your dimensions and area



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    Re: Buck's new box design

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffdachef View Post
    Depends on your port's height.
    Start off by multiplying your cubic feet by 14-16 to get your crossectional area aka port area. Then take that number divide it by your height and you see how wide the port should be.
    If you dont have Winisd, just download it, its pretty simple to use.
    If you dont want to do that then use this Subwoofer Enclosure Calculators, Parallel, Series, Port Length and Volume go to the slot port calculator and enter in your dimensions and area
    yeah..alot of math..think i'll be using the calculators..thanks for the help sir




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