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who can design me a 6th order bandpass for a single 12 on 1krms.


2003 JEEP Grand Cherokee

HU- pioneer 80prs

Front Stage- Tantric HD comps.

FS Amp- B2 Quattro

Sub Amp-B2 Zero1

Subs- Tantric HDD 12's

box - 4.5^3 32hz

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2003 JEEP Grand Cherokee

HU- pioneer 80prs

Front Stage- Tantric HD comps.

FS Amp- B2 Quattro

Sub Amp-B2 Zero1

Subs- Tantric HDD 12's

box - 4.5^3 32hz

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trust me.. you wont find many that will do one... they are very tricky. I would just stick with a simple bass reflex design. 6ths can damage woofers if not done correctly.


1999 Tahoe

2 sa12s

4th order

145.18 @33z... with less than 500 watts!

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Was just reading about them, having never seen or heard on before. They seem like a pain in the as^ and are very finicy. What are the advantages of using one?


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Hu Kenwood excelon x996

Fronts Incriminator audio comps

Front amp Aq 120.4

sub amp Aq2200d

subs 2 sundown sa 12's @ 32hz

wiring knu 1/0 ofc

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Was just reading about them, having never seen or heard on before. They seem like a pain in the as^ and are very finicy. What are the advantages of using one?

 

its just a mechanical filter... but if you think about it a bass reflex enclosure in your vehicle makes the entire vehicle a 6th order... now if you throw a 6th order into a vehicle the entire thing becomes an 8th order... and well... thats just plain stupid.


1999 Tahoe

2 sa12s

4th order

145.18 @33z... with less than 500 watts!

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@Mobile Enclosures ;

 

Mobile can do it, but your gonna want to email him or hit him up on facebook.


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it will be alot of trial and error to get it right doug .tuning or the rear chamber isn't the main issue ,its the frt chamber that you'll have to play around with until you get it right .but yea not that easy


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its just a mechanical filter... but if you think about it a bass reflex enclosure in your vehicle makes the entire vehicle a 6th order... now if you throw a 6th order into a vehicle the entire thing becomes an 8th order... and well... thats just plain stupid.

 

Not sure I follow, but doesnt matter I guess. thanks for trying to explain.


I feel sorry for those who do not drink, when they wake up on the morning that's the best they're going to feel all day.-Frank Sinatra

 

2004 mercury mountaineer

Hu Kenwood excelon x996

Fronts Incriminator audio comps

Front amp Aq 120.4

sub amp Aq2200d

subs 2 sundown sa 12's @ 32hz

wiring knu 1/0 ofc

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Not sure I follow, but doesnt matter I guess. thanks for trying to explain.

 

it acts as a set of filters for the woofer. just like the settings on your amp. but they are mechanical. not electronic


1999 Tahoe

2 sa12s

4th order

145.18 @33z... with less than 500 watts!

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