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    Need a little help here.

    I need help installing some 4" coaxial speakers into a bandpass box. Does anybody have blueprints?

    Also, how long should the port be?

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    Re: Need a little help here.

    more detail is needed. model number? are these the only things in the box? are they on the face with subs? note they can't share airspace with subs. recognize that a bandpass box does just as the name implies, it has high pass and low pass filter inherent in the design.

    got a sketch or drawing of what you are planning?



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    Re: Need a little help here.

    First off, why are you wanting to install a coaxial into a bandpass box?

    Second, why would anyone need a blueprint for this??
    It would just be a matter of cutting out the hole for the speaker.....



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    Re: Need a little help here.

    Quote Originally Posted by keep_hope_alive View Post
    more detail is needed. model number? are these the only things in the box? are they on the face with subs? note they can't share airspace with subs. recognize that a bandpass box does just as the name implies, it has high pass and low pass filter inherent in the design.
    Manufacture / Model #: SoundStorm STS40
    The only other thing I have in the box is a teddy bear.
    No subs planned.

    Quote Originally Posted by keep_hope_alive View Post
    got a sketch or drawing of what you are planning?
    sure!
    http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/1008/yeahai.png

    Quote Originally Posted by thevic24 View Post
    First off, why are you wanting to install a coaxial into a bandpass box?
    ...
    Do something different.




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    Re: Need a little help here.

    Hmm....


    Well, you would just need to cut holes out for them. Its just that easy.





















































    Ok i call,



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    Re: Need a little help here.



    Lulz

    No need for the tweeter, you won't hear it. Port length? Doesn't matter since the speaker isn't capable of playing low enough.

    Enter the T/S parameters into a box program and you'll get sizing info. If you have a plexiglas bandpass box sitting around that you want to mess with, then whatever floats your boat.



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    Re: Need a little help here.

    Wait, so you're putting a teddy bear in your box?

    Are you trying to pick up little kids?




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