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how do I ad the driver displacement?

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You'll have to use a different program, because you can't on that one.


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what if the sub is 0.473 and I ned a 4cu.ft box so I make the box 4.473cu.ft?

will that work?


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what if the sub is 0.473 and I ned a 4cu.ft box so I make the box 4.473cu.ft?

will that work?

 

 

yep


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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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What sub do you own that is .4 cubic feet?


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What sub do you own that is .4 cubic feet?

 

Orion H2s have significant motor assemblies.

 

The tuning frequency generated by that calc will be different than actual, since it doesn't exclude displacement from the port calculation.

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What sub do you own that is .4 cubic feet?

 

I don't have it yet but it's a mach5 mj-18


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I'm assuming you're going to be using two of them? .4 cubic feet seems rather large for a single sub.


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I'm assuming you're going to be using two of them? .4 cubic feet seems rather large for a single sub.

 

NO just one 0.473 is what mark sad


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what dos that not lock right?


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yeah I know but mark said "871/1728=0.473 cu. ft." so?


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Orion H2s have significant motor assemblies.

 

The tuning frequency generated by that calc will be different than actual, since it doesn't exclude displacement from the port calculation.

 

so how do I make a 4cu.ft NET ported box tund to 30hz for a mj-18 on that calc


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What the **** are you trying to do? What don't you get? Get the real driver displacement and design an enclosure with the net volume taking into consideration the driver displacement. It's really not confusing at all.


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