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    Tweeters and mid range

    So a while ago I switched out my old car speakers for 2 sets of kicker DS 6.75 coax speakers. i have a 4 channel amp. my pontiac torrent originally came with 2 tweeters one in each of the a pillars and and a 6in midrange in each door (4 door). i was just wondering would I be better off to run a component system in the front off my front two channels and two midds in the back off my rear two channels 1 midd per channel or should i run stricktly mids of my rear two channels two midds per channel and stricktly use my front two channels for tweeters. any suggestions. I want to use factory location for the speakers btw
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    My first 10" subwoofer

    so to decrease that turbulence should i go with a port with less bends and closer to a 1:1 ratio for port L×W if possible
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    My first 10" subwoofer

    You know what guys I went out and changed the crossover on my excelon a little bit it sounds a lot more punchy and picked up what it was lacking i dropped the LP to 90hz instead of 120 and the drop off to 24bd instead of 12bd. boosted 160hz 1db. sorry bout that forgot to tune that damn eq
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    My first 10" subwoofer

    well here is the measurements from sketch up it was actually 35.something, I didn't have access earlier, i was at work. But either way it's just not the same as 15s man especially going from two RE double x 15s
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    My first 10" subwoofer

    I used sketch up and a port length calculator. I tried ajdesign also. the calculations were very similar between the two
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    My first 10" subwoofer

    box is 1.4ft^3 I didn't account for displacement because I wanted it a little smaller. tuned to a 35hz I assume the box got smaller due to disp. so probably tuned a little lower in theory this is what I was going for. port area 12×2 port length 32 box without disp. 1.4 cft
  7. So I've built around ten boxes before and have designed many for my buddies they always were very musical and hit hard all around. (always had 15s) But I've built my first ported enclosure for a 10" skar vvx and It sounds goob except that it really lacks in the punch the really quick bursts of bass that really hit hard and on point. you can hear them but not loud like normal, the rumble really over powers them in this build, unlike others.
  8. So I've built around ten boxes before and have designed many for my buddies they always were very musical and hit hard all around. (always had 15s) But I've built my first ported enclosure for a 10" skar vvx and It sounds goob except that it really lacks in the punch the really quick bursts of bass that really hit hard and on point. you can hear them but not loud like normal, the rumble really over powers them in this build, unlike others.
  9. I have a tline designed and I was wondering would it be ok to invert the subwoofer instead of going back and making up for displacement. I mean the displacement for the sub is only .15 so would it even matter if I made up for displacement if I wanted to mount the sub normally instead of inverted? you guys all ways do a good job helping me out on this forum, i appriciate it.
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    skar audio VVX-D4 10"

    I just got a skar audio VVX-D4 10" I have 600rms (35v) at 2 ohm, and the sub still barely moves. it needs broken in but I still feel it should be moving a lot more, the box is a little big but I think the cone should still move a lot more. any advise or information on this?
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    Skar audio VVXv3-d4 10in

    ok because the sbb4 option gave me the .805 and another type of box actually gave me a 1.4 the exact thing you said but the tuneing frequency was 31.something I guess I'll do that and play with some other stuff. I just wanted some re assurance so I didn't east my time, and one more question, is that ajdesign a reliable program? thank you for the advise I appreciate it.
  12. any advise will help please! I'm new hear, and I've built musical and loud boxes before but this time I'm stumped. on the skar audio website it recommends a 1.75ft3 ported box, and the spec sheet I got recommends a .98ft3 (28L) ported box. ajdesign software sort of validates the spec sheet at .805ft3 but it seems small for the VVXv3 10in
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