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02-02-15 09:02 PM
phazewolf Oh I will trust me on that. It should sound nice I went with a 10" port and model based on 1800 watts of power and the air speeds should be fine.

That is 50% over the 1200 watts the driver is set to handle and it should come out well sense I looked at worse case scenario.
02-02-15 08:58 PM
willis7469
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phazewolf wrote: View Post
Well here's my wife taking a hard look at what she had agreed too.
That's the same look I get when I'm about to do something even I know I shouldn't. Make sure to keep the pics coming. That's gonna be awesome.
02-02-15 08:06 PM
Wooderson
Re: Ported how low is too low?

Two... maybe. Only the sickos here need more than 2x21"-ported (ie, most of us). I like your moxy though. Check my build thread for some tips. BTW, your wife needs to be sainted. We should all be so lucky. I know I'm not.
02-02-15 04:23 PM
phazewolf I want 4 of them one for each corner. That is if I ever start my build in the basement. Or maybe 2 midway on the side walls and a pair in the front corners would be nice.
02-02-15 04:20 PM
Talley
Re: Ported how low is too low?

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phazewolf wrote: View Post
Well she told me I can order a second driver if I want so she can't be too unhappy about it. Not sure where I would install a second one however.

2 would be best as I can spread the drivers out and even out the sound. But first I need to complete this one and see how it turns out.

The final design will be 26.5 cf tuned to 12HZ

Who needs that lol
02-02-15 03:24 PM
phazewolf Well she told me I can order a second driver if I want so she can't be too unhappy about it. Not sure where I would install a second one however.

2 would be best as I can spread the drivers out and even out the sound. But first I need to complete this one and see how it turns out.

The final design will be 26.5 cf tuned to 12HZ
02-02-15 03:22 PM
morca
Re: Ported how low is too low?

Wow that is large ,she is still laughing i think you are good
02-02-15 03:20 PM
Peter Loeser
Re: Ported how low is too low?

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phazewolf wrote: View Post
Well here's my wife taking a hard look at what she had agreed too.
She looks surprisingly happy about it.
02-02-15 03:12 PM
phazewolf Well here's my wife taking a hard look at what she had agreed too.


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02-02-15 02:57 PM
Talley
Re: Ported how low is too low?

I would of least staged a photo of that thing with someone sitting inside the tube with a propane torch to make it look like a jet engine haha.
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