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    Door pod question

    If i make door pods and make my XXX sealed do i still have to sound deaden my doors or will the pods take care of it







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    Re: Door pod question

    you might need the mass deadening to help stop vibrations.




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    Re: Door pod question

    still gonna want to do some deading. will help quite a bit in sq and they will get a bit louder.



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    Re: Door pod question

    Still deaden, especially your door panel.




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    Re: Door pod question

    So whats the point of the pod if im still gonna have to deaden?




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    Re: Door pod question

    Quote Originally Posted by mega1268
    So whats the point of the pod if im still gonna have to deaden?
    Make some massive .5 cuft pods like some people here like to do -- and add a vent -- and for kicks shut your subs off and see how big people think your subs are...



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    Re: Door pod question

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    So whats the point of the pod if im still gonna have to deaden?
    To create a sealed enclosure, which will alter the performance of the driver.




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    Re: Door pod question

    yea i def do not have enough room for a ported Kick. I was just trying to make some small doorpods if possible. i dont even know if thats possible.




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    Re: Door pod question

    for those speakers a small enclosure would be a waste, IB in a well deadened door is a better idea, you'd need less power to boot.




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