All that port area. What's the tuning?
It's about 32 hz. It's a larger port but not too large, not overly large. That port isn't straight, it's actually turns.All that port area. What's the tuning?
Big port area means more peak around tuning frequency, in exchange for tad more sloppy sound the farther away from tuning you get, Correct?
you can fit a straight port in there?
There's a variety of factors. Sometimes they're used for strength and trying to help some with standing waves in corners or helping the port air flow through a corner. Sometimes they're used to literally take up space, for legitimate reasons. And sometimes they're used to make a port longer.How do you decide when to put 45's in the corners?
Some build pics for this box! #3 Deaf Bonce 15's on an Orion 5k at .67 ohms IIRC @metalheadjoe3 Deaf Bonce 15's in a SUV on roughly 5kw. This box took me a while, it was fun. Had to up-fire the port, just because of space reasons. This should be very loud. Aiming for good daily with a decent meter score, that's why the port is like it is.
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That just looks so good in there. Just nice and stuffed, which it is.
Right on. Orion Hcca5000.1dv2 at 0.67 ohms. 320a Iraggi alternator, JY Power HP-40 battery.
That's a very good question that I don't have a perfect answer for. There's certain power level and box size I look for. Really a certain power level per woofer. There's a certain distance down a wall that I have where I'll put a brace if that wall exceeds that distance. It depends on the overall structure and shape of the box.Maybe I overbuild things but at what point would you start thinking about three or more layers of baffle and doubling up the walls?
Ehh pulled most of the pics will share after it's worked on more.I design subwoofer boxes/enclosures. I'm branching out into home audio now as well. I may throw some of my favorite old designs on here, but it's mostly going to be new designs that I post, as I finalize them. If you have any questions, feel free to ask! I probably won't give you too many specifics. I only use Zelle at this point for payments, so if you have something to recommend me to use besides Paypal, Venmo, or Cashapp, let me know, and I'll see if I can accomodate it. I hope my fellow caraudio.com member enjoy these pics! Hit me up if you want a design, I take a lot of time making sure they're the best they can be, and I try my hardest to allow you to understand the entire process and what you're getting, and the consequences of doing your enclosure in different styles. I really do it for the love of it.
'm working on a website as well, it's taking a while.
This first one is one of my absolute favorites, it was for 2 Fi Team 18's on 8,000-10,000 watts. Tuned super low, it's a series 6th order wall. It was built, but not many pics or vids were taken of it. Owner said it did what he wanted it to do, really liked it. Series 6th orders can be tricky, especially with the tuning. Takes a lot of time to perfect my methods and each box like this. I don't send rushed designs out.
My email is: [email protected]
I can text or call you or vice versa to speed up information exchange between us. You can PM or email me, I prefer email.
I do sealed, ported, 4th order bandpasses, both series and parallel 6th orders, and consistent width t-lines (tapped as well). I'm working on my rear loaded horn formulas and some hybrid designs. Anyone that wants to be a guinea pig for testing, let me know! If you have issues with any box I design, let me know. I'd love to work it out somehow, mistakes and misunderstandings happen. I'm always trying to improve.
My website (work in progress): https://buckboxdesigns.com/
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