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This work for 2 w6s? theres no driver dis because im inverting them. it will be 2 of these boxes side by side.

 

http://www.subwoofertools.com/forum/ported-box.asp?Ew=22&Eh=12&Dia=6&Xmax=16.5+&Vd=0+&NumW=1&Vb=2&Fb=40&Qts=0.450&Vas=2.82+&Fs=25.0&CE=3


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I would use something better than that program...

I would read this site http://www.diysubwoofers.org/

and then use something like WinISD or AjDesigner

 

I would avoid inverting the subs if you can in a vented box, especially with your first box.


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I would avoid inverting the subs if you can in a vented box, especially with your first box.

 

Why do you say that??? You won't damage them. Inverting normally causes some loss in SPL and a little better cooling but thats about it.

 

 

This work for 2 w6s? theres no driver dis because im inverting them. it will be 2 of these boxes side by side.

 

http://www.subwoofertools.com/forum/...Fs=25.0&C E=3

 

 

This calculator is not accurate. I would suggest using winisd or doing the math by hand. Those are the only 2 ways to properly calculate a ported enclosure..

 

 

 

Jon

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Exactly, a loss in some cases in SPL, but in my experience the subwoofer gave off some residual noise when I inverted them, but then again the sub was right next to me, I should have elaborated.


1999 Mazda B4000 TLD

Pioneer dehp6800

Audiocontrol Epicenter 160

Audiocontrol Three.1

(4) Pr. Polk Db6500s (Soon Perfect 6.1s)

(2) MTX 5302

Soundstream XXX6500D

(2) Audiobahn AWT15X (Love this sub)

6.9 Cu Vented @ 38Hz

 

 

One reason why I hate working at Circuit City...

"Why does this Kicker only say 750 watts while the Bazooka says 1300 watts and its only 60 bucks?

 

Refs: RangerMan, biabia, XplodMan23, NikosBuddy, Rawdogj

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This calculator is not accurate. I would suggest using winisd or doing the math by hand. Those are the only 2 ways to properly calculate a ported enclosure..

 

Jon

 

That caculator is not accurate? Win Isd shows it as matching the same port lenght (w/same height and width)

 

Perhaps you can help me out...

http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=224903


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i have learned not to trust anything but pencil, paper and a calculator. online calculators seem to be off form one another and even winisd doesn't get all the time.


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Lv = [(14630000 x R^2) / (Fb^2 x Vb)] - 1.463R

*Vb = vol. in cu"

**R = sq.rt. A / Pi (for square/slot port)

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