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4- 15" SEs how big a box

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Hey how big would the box have to be for 4 15" SEs ported? Or at least reccomended to be... Thanks

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I'm guessing, but 8ish cubes seems good. Don't take this to heart because I've only fooled around with SE's in HT applications.

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12 cubes(3 per sub after port and sub displacement) tuned to 30hz

should do nicely

 

or put them in a 4th order bandpass...they r real beast in that type of box

 

80

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yea because i have a 9 cubes before displacement box now and it takes up most of my trunk i might only have like 4 more inches so i prob couldnt do 12 cubes...whats a 4th order bandpass and how big are those and what do they do?

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This is 80's life:

 

"My son!! He just got married!"

"Bandpass? What?"

 

"OH NO! We're going to crash into the ocean!"

"OH SHIT! Is this plane 4th order?"

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yea because i have a 9 cubes before displacement box now and it takes up most of my trunk i might only have like 4 more inches so i prob couldnt do 12 cubes...whats a 4th order bandpass and how big are those and what do they do?

its a sealed box playig into a ported box

with your situation i would do 6 cubes in a common sealed playing into 5 cubes common ported...yes the box is bigger than a ported box but the output with a given frequecy range will be crazy loud

 

This is 80's life:

 

"My son!! He just got married!"

"Bandpass? What?"

 

"OH NO! We're going to crash into the ocean!"

"OH SHIT! Is this plane 4th order?"

 

my new name is 80 4th order inches

my mother gave birth 2 me in the 4th order but went 2 a 6th order hospital

 

80

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lol, i laugh everytime i see 80 tell someone to use a bandpass in every post he makes

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