BMW e39 5 series with dummy slaap! Yafeelme cutty
So I just bought a pioneer tda-2500ls4 10 inch subwoofer. It's a shallow mount sub and I have heard that they are pretty awesome for what they are. The shop by my house is going to make me a custom ported shallow Down-firing sub box. I just have to tell him the internal air volume I want and what I want the port tuned too. So the subs specs say that a .7 cubic foot box is recommended. What I need to know is should I listen and make the box to the recommended spec? Or can I go a lil bigger for more bass? I want theblil shallow sub to pound as hard as a lil shallow sub can possibly pound..... without blowing lol. And for the port, he said because I requested a down-firing box he recommended I have him put 2-4 bass tunes and I think I'm going to go with 4, 2 on each of the sides of the box. He said that it will help kinda shoot sound in more directions and make it a little more clear that way and I'll still get the deep bass from the down firing sub that I'm looking for. I just need to tell him what I want it tuned to. So the subwoofers hz frequency range Is 20hz-900hz. I don't really know much about this port size and tuning stuff. So if I have him tune it to 39hz , that means it will only play frequency's up to 39hz right? So my interior speakers I had put in a while ago are Pioneer TS-A1300c 5-1/4 component speakers and I have 1 set in the front door and one set in the rear deck and those tweeters I have in the back door. The frequency range on those are 42hz-38,000hz. So should I have the box tuned to like 40hz or something? I'm hoping I can tune it a little lower than that to get more bass out of the lil 10!