Re: Difference in Sound: JL 10w6v3 (H.O. enclosure) or Sealed?
i have a good feeling those pioneers took up weight/space and didnt sound too good on the EDM genre But what i dont get is you selling the 8s. The 8s have more cone area and handles more power than one JL W6 10. You could have worked around with the box to improve the sound.
Originally Posted by ErikDaGenErik
Most of these guys on the forums listen to hip hop, decaf and other genres and will probably recommend a low tuning for your box around 28-34hz or so. With this, you'll get a lot deep bass rumble with a lot of car flexing and air moving with it but its not too good on other music. For EDM/progressive house/dubstep music, I actually find that a higher tuning on the enclosure is better since most of these songs dont really hit under 40 hz(maybe a few dubstep songs but most of them dont go that low at all contrary to popular belief). When you tune that low, you lose a lot of ouput in the upper bass regions and in the genres you like, thats where all the bass/midbass in the recording is at.
since is only one sub, it would be better to have them in a ported box with adequate airspace tuned around 38-42 hz
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