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I can't wait anymore for a 21" or 22" so this will be my little play thing intill something comes out of the woodwork.
This ain't going in a home or in an infinite baffle :D
 

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Steve, I have always considered the rule of minimum 1 port diameter away from any obstruction, it makes just as much sense as port end correction when doing a slot port using a wall of the enclosure. But what specifically are the effects of using only exactly 1 port diameter? Is there an end correction number for that? Obviosely anything less just shouldn't be done, that's like making a 10" diameter port but sliding an 8" diameter ring into it part way...bottle neck....

Make sure you are taking breathing room for the external port opening into account as well - at least the diameter of the port, preferably more.
 

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ups says she gets here monday
Scott said the IB18 can handle double its 550 watt free air mech lim thermally, which is perfect because my amp does 1100 watts @ 2ohm... so i plotted acordingly
 

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finally got internal dimensions measured from the inside... from the outside it looked like I could easily go 34" high, but not even close. 28" tall, 28" deep (not 24") and still exactly 48" wide.

So now I am down to 17-17.3 cubes with port, sub, and 2"x4" bracing taken into account. I'm going to have to go with an 8" port rather than the 10". Tuning between 18 and 20Hz. Variance is on whether I go with the 7 3/4", 8 1/4", or 8.75" sonotube.

Here is a freeair vid of Bassotronics Bass Mechanik's Bass I Love You. I didn't realize there is about a 5Hz tone as well as the 15Hz. The camera refresh rate makes them look the same.

This IB3 18 is amazing, I am looking forward to the 22".

 
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