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Default 4th order sealed clamshell help DESIGN WANTED

i'm looking for someone to design me a box for my explorer who knows more what they're doing lol

i am deciding between a sealed clamshell, ported clamshell, 4th or 6th order or just a flat wall but don't know whats best for me.

basically i want to slam the 25-35hz range and be able to play other notes adequately too.

so far i drew up a sealed clam for 6 15 fi q 15's, a diamond for 8 fi ssd 15's, 12 12's in a sealed clam, or just two monster 18's or big 4 15's in a flat wall.

ported clams and 4th and 6th i don't know what i'm doing, anyone want to chime in? i have 44 wide, 32 tall and 32 deep to work with.

IM READY TO PAY SOMEONE FOR A DESIGN!!! lol
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4th order clams are very musical and slam lows. Diamonds or tunnels are epic failures unless you have no parallel surfaces and only 1 driver deep. Don't you have 2 tc ultra 18?
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4th order clams are very musical and slam lows. Diamonds or tunnels are epic failures unless you have no parallel surfaces and only 1 driver deep. Don't you have 2 tc ultra 18?
I've seen s few successful diamonds.




Anyhow I can design some thing for you if interested. My resume includes design and build (with JBLCAMRY) on the Maliboom and design on Lance Wanes 4 18s blazer.


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a clam is a 4th order
ported clam is a 6th order

tunnels do usually fail since its basically a 4th order with uber long port length, so most peak far too low (for example prestons dc jeep peaking in the mid 20s)
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a clam is a 4th order
ported clam is a 6th order

tunnels do usually fail since its basically a 4th order with uber long port length, so most peak far too low (for example prestons dc jeep peaking in the mid 20s)
Both of my aforementioned designs are 4th order clamshells.

I can set one up to do exactly what you're looking for.

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tunnels do usually fail since its basically a 4th order with uber long port length, so most peak far too low (for example prestons dc jeep peaking in the mid 20s)
I tried to do that on purpose....and failed...lol...peaked an octave higher than what I wanted.
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Real world experience makes theorys fly out the window, lol
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a clam is a 4th order
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tunnels do usually fail since its basically a 4th order with uber long port length, so most peak far too low (for example prestons dc jeep peaking in the mid 20s)
I wanna peak in the mid 20s
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Truer words have never been spoken lol.
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Try that on ssa like we did with Maliboom.... lmao

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