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    My box is by Q-LOGIC how do I read the port tuning chart?

    I don't know what VAS ft. means or what FS means on the sides of the chart....
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    PORT TUNING

    FS IS THE FREQ. THAT YOUR SUB IS TUNED TO AND VAS IS THE SPACE NEEDED BY YOUR SUB TO OPER. AT TOP LEVEL. IF U CALL THE MANUF.WITH THE MODEL NUMBER THEY CAN GIVE U THE INFO.



    1"tweets and 8"kenwoods up front 5.25" in rear arm rest and 2-12" kicker comps sealed in back.

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