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    WTB Low Tuned Ported Box

    Looking for a low tuned ported box for my Stereo Integrity 12" Mag.

    Port tuned to 32hz







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    Re: WTB Low Tuned Ported Box

    build it and bass will come.............



    Quote Originally Posted by James Bang View Post
    I think the earlobe curls helped the most. Less weight but more reps. It helped with the endurance to fight off ear fatigue.

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    Re: WTB Low Tuned Ported Box

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    Re: WTB Low Tuned Ported Box

    32 ist that low of a tune, maybe on this forum cause everyone here is mostly spl people, but i would say thats an average tune realistically. you have to remember ported boxes tend to peak at 8-10 hz above tuning and fall off below tuning quicker than sealed boxes. you can design your own if you have the tools to build it, at the re website. cheaper, no shipping, knowledge and self accomplishment are better than paying money for something someone else built imo.



    Quote Originally Posted by James Bang View Post
    I think the earlobe curls helped the most. Less weight but more reps. It helped with the endurance to fight off ear fatigue.

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