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Attempted my first 4th order, orion hcca 12 in a 1:2.4 ratio box, with 80 sq in of port. This is my second attempted at kerfing, but it turned out alright. Ported side is tuned to 50 hz. Any input on how these specs will work? Is it better to fire sub forward toward port or to the side?
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I did magnet on ported side so I could get better cooling on the coil. should be pretty musical and hit anything 30-34hz and up well.
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Yea it's not working to upload all my pics, but I have magnet on ported side. Any tips on making removable panel?
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I sealed mine in never coming apart in one piece lol
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I should of maybe put this in enclosure design discussion... Any more input?
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Just don't glue the top piece down and use a gasket
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Yea it's not working to upload all my pics, but I have magnet on ported side. Any tips on making removable panel?

How about weather stripping on the side of the panel thats on top? Or in that pic, the panel that the cone of the subwoofer is firing towards. Could use weather stripping between the piece right there instead of glue so you matain a decent seal and can still remove it if you need to service the sub.
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I was planning on doing the panel the sub is firing against. If the top removed, I still wouldn't have enough space to remove sub. Getting some terminals today and rod for bracing!
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