Thanks. Yes, always good to get a project behind you, especially one so long in the making.Yep, me too.
I also wanted to say to the original thread starter that is beautiful work. Must feel good to be finishing such a long project.
Sure, but realize that the port dimensions directly affect the tuning of the box as well as the maximum port velocity.Very nice Build !!
I just have one question, could you have used the hole width of the box for the port ? Like some of the Martysubs over at AVS ??
From the 1st post in the thread, internal volume is 5.1 cf (144 litres) tuned to 20 Hz.Well dboff01, I've saved your build in favourites because as coincidence would have it, I'm planning on building a very similar sub with a Dayton UM 15. I must have missed it but what is the net internal volume of your box and tuning freq. please.?? Mine enclosure will be 174 Litres tuned to 16 Hz.
No problem, it was a fun project and I'm glad I could share.I know it has been a couple of months since the last post here, but I just wanted to say thanks for the thread and for the insights you gave. I'm currently building two 12" ported subs of a similar design as yours, and your thread has been real helpful. Thanks again, and great job on the build. --Mario