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  1. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    alfa romeo 159
  2. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    guys, I understand that everything is wrong with my layout, but I need first to understand how cancellation Works in my case, otherwise I'll do same shit again
  3. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    yes, sorry, maybe its my bad english. could you please explain again what happens to the trunk?? a Little more detailled for me to understand. thanks!!
  4. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    I understand, I'll probably end with 1x 15". MTX oficial suggested box is 70liters for ported enclosure. I could probably get up to 140liters by designing a new enclosure. but first I have to understand the cancellation. Its useless to put effort in a whole new box, and end up like now. I can't do much with my given space, because I only have a tiny hole that connects the trunk with the cabin, and there's only space for a port. why does it cancel with closed trunk and not with opened trunk????
  5. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    guys I made yesterday some further tests. now listen. I opened the trunk, and seems like I gained 10db. with open trunk, I'm happy with the results, so that's the most important part. seems like some noise cancellation is going on there. how can I fix that?? which layout do you usually use for a sedane that has the trunk isolated from the cabin?? My plans are to start over and build a proper enclosure, but first I have to find the right layout for the purpose. That's why I'm making tests with the actual box. To make it short: Open trunk, I only get one side of the waves that come out of the port, the rest gets lost outside the trunk, maybe similar to a sealed box. Closed trunk, the waves seems to bounce back, but instead of adding, they make some sort of cancellation. I need to understand why
  6. XxAndreaxX

    Help with my enclosure

    Sorry I don't have that much experience. Unbraced baffle what does it mean?? do I have to make the box stronger? volume is good for 1x 15", it matches exactly the rated 70liters. what else do I have to change??
  7. hello guys, I need urgent help with my enclosure. now to begin with, the first problem is my car's layout. the trunk is completely sealed from the cabin, so only a port can enter the cabin (see pictures) the box is 70liter, recomended for 1x MTX 15 not for 2, I can obviously quit one if I see that one is making more output than 2 that's not the point. I made some tests, and the box is almost well tuned, the bass kicks in at 40hz (although I tried to tune it at 30hz) but its okay. the problem is that once I close the trunk, I get almost no db in the cabin. otherwise with open trunk, it sounds "well". how can I solve this?? do I need a 4th order? something else? is the trunk acting like wave cancelation? thanks guys
  8. XxAndreaxX

    Taramps Brazilian Style Mess

    not racist at all bro. my best friend is brazilian, and I hate his car audio setup. never been in brazil, but he comes from brazil and he knows how the car audio setups are. lots of brazil car audio shop here, they do their own style, and I don't like it. might be loud, but its headache for me.
  9. XxAndreaxX

    Taramps Brazilian Style Mess

    but why do you do that, to set up everything at higher frequency??? It only causes headache. For shure its louder, but its a mess. and put everything at full range is even more messy. even a bolivian guy that was there, was asking to shut off the "superwofer"
  10. XxAndreaxX

    Taramps Brazilian Style Mess

    this saturday, I've been at the playa for some party, and I could hear my brazilian friend's "sub" going Woooooo from 1mile away. to find him I only had to follow that disturbing frequency. everyone around him was praying him to stop that **** even the truckers around there, came to look what was going on. I went to his amp and turned the frequency back to 40hz. and he told me: No! its not ment to play that low. its a Superwofer! Ok, so I learned, brazilians do not have subwoofers, they have superwofer, and they are ment to play around 100hz and full range.
  11. XxAndreaxX

    Port sealed double 15" subs

    looks great, I love that setup. but I immagine its too hard for my actual skills. Why dont you like the port opposite to the driver??? even if the port is bended inside the enclosure. About the brazilian style: I never said they don't get loud. Because they do get loud, and its not a surprise for me that they win SPL competition. Now the SQ is another story. And I'm complaining about their way to set up. they only care about spl and noise. Yesterday, I figured out, my amp was not even connected to the SUB out, some brazilian guy changed it to REAR Out. I brought my car to a paintshop for some inner painting, and a randoom brazilian guy simply took out my Android navi, and made the change. They are freakin Obsessed with their **** of putting everything at full range, even fuckin tweeter. I don't have anything against brazilians, my best friend is brazilian, and he runs his twin 15" sub at full range. Lots of SPL and distorsion but no SQ at all.
  12. XxAndreaxX

    Port sealed double 15" subs

    Yes, better glue it and then screw it. Will do that thanks what about my port? any thoughts?
  13. XxAndreaxX

    Port sealed double 15" subs

    really??? only glue no screws??? I saw many DIY in internet, they always end the work with screws. anyways, screws are good or bad? I'll give the box one last chance, and will screw it, screws are affordable. Like I said, I live in spain, here's no way to find profesional enclosures. Nor I have the tools for DIY from scratch. 70l its the right volume for ported box for MTX-RT-1504. maybe bigger enclosure would be still better, but 70l is enough.
  14. XxAndreaxX

    Port sealed double 15" subs

    no, I spent 110€ for that freakin box (110$ more or less), I won't throw that away that soon. Despite it has been glued together instead of screw it, its a 2cm thick MDF. I'll try to fix it by putting screws on it. then I will put some silicone to seal it, and make some tests. Guys I live in spain, its not that bad like brazil, but its far away from USA in terms of caraudio knowledge. so I won't get a better Enclosure that easy. and anyways, I repeat again, the enclosure is good to go for 1 15". I don't know why you all have to hate on it. the port i did is maybe wrong, the placement of the sub is maybe wrong. the freakin car I'm using is maybe wrong too. but the enclosure is right once I fixed the bending. so If you want to help me out, give me some right input on my making. Its useless to say, you have to put a front firing port, if the car has a freakin sealed trunk. I attach some pictures to make you see how I did the setup. If you have a better Idea, I'm listening, thanks!!! the taramps, I'm changing it for an audiosystem or STEG. both are italian stuff, rated at 850RMS I also saw a soundstream, very cheap, but its only 700RMS the first picture is upside down, you have to rotate it 180º
  15. XxAndreaxX

    Port sealed double 15" subs

    Guys, just watched closely to the enclosure, its totally bending everywhere, no wonder i have no spl. I have to fix that first, I think that **** have been glued together. I'll buy some screws
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