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    Difference between top and bottom mounting

    Hi again id like to say thanx for all the help everybody has given me so far. Anyways this is a really really noob question. I was wondering what the difference between top mounting and bottom mounting is.




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    Re: Difference between top and bottom mounting

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac
    Top mounting is the typical way to mount a sub ... The sub is put through the hole and the top part is screwed into the enclosure ...

    Bottom mounting is where the sub is mounted from inside the enclosure and the entire sub is within the enclosure.

    o00ooo i see now. Thanks a lot Jmac!!




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