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    12" RL-p

    Well, my brother has decided he wants and RL-p. I told him I'd make him the box, as a birthday gift. So, I was wondering what you guys would recommend for a ported box volume? Also, what should I tune it to? I was thinking about 2.0ft^2 @ 25 hz. Would that still sound good? Or should I tune it a little higher? Let me know guys...



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    i say 28-30hz, it'll retain its SQ. and 2.0 cubic ft. is good.




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    Re: 12" RL-p

    what size sub is it?



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    Quote Originally Posted by jacka View Post
    i say 28-30hz, it'll retain its SQ. and 2.0 cubic ft. is good.
    what ^^ said.




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    Re: 12" RL-p

    30 - 33Hz



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    sealed gets lower.




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    Re: 12" RL-p

    Quote Originally Posted by 60ndown View Post
    sealed gets lower.
    I'd say so. Oversized sealed is a nice way to go for the lowend.



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    28 hz is good.




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    Re: 12" RL-p

    for the 12" i would go with something around 2^3 tuned to 28-30hz



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    i love 35hz

    i had mine in 2.2cF @ 32 hz, theres a vid of it on roe



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    Re: 12" RL-p

    I've had mine in a 2ft^3 enclosure tuned to 28 and another at 30. I couldn't tell a difference.






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    Re: 12" RL-p

    Mike reccomends a 4ft^3 at 28 or a 3ft^3 at 34.




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