Inverted sub Phase?
If I invert a sub, should I change the phase on it so it's moving the same direction as the other subs when they are going that way? or is that not what changing phase is about..
I have 2 10"s.. both currently in boxes the same way (sepperate boxes). But, I think something fell in one of the groves/gaps/channels at the dust cap of one of them.. So, I was thinking that if I inverted the sub for a while (a day or so) and ran it at normal volumes (what I listen to now) it might shake it out.. but, if the one sub is inverted, should it be out of phase, meaning, should I change the phase so the inverted is moving into the cabin at the same time as the other 10", or is the intent of the speaker moving 'forward' what matters and I should leave it wired + to +...?
Any info would be helpful
(1) Alpine CDA 7892 HU ($214)
(2) 12" Pioneer Premier 1241DVCs in sealed MDF box (gonna glass them eventually) ($69 each)
->removing.. ->(2) 10" Pioneer Premier 1041DVC's in sealed MDF box (gonna glass them eventually) ($59 each)
(2) Lanzar Vibe248 1200 watt 2 chnl amps ($119 each)
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