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Old 05-14-2009, 07:08 PM
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ok well I wasn't going to post this until I built it but I need help so
would this do what I am thinking
so it's basically a chambered t-line and jl ho box mixed together this one was designed for 2 aq 12';s but hinking of one to do for my type r 10's to see how it sounds
basically just need to know if this is gonna have the gain on the low end of the t-line and the handling of the ported box both waves should be going in the same direction out the front port which is tuned to 70hz I think while the line is tuned to around 32


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That line looks short to be tuned to 32Hz.
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yeah it is it's tuned to 43hz the fs of the sub mybad
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Okay, I'm lost here. A t-line tapers, that's just a slot port. The only non tapering T-line I've seen is a long rectangular box with the driver near the top and a simple hole about 1/3 of the way up from the bottom (with the enclosure upright on the long side). It's fairly narrow across the width of the baffle and shallow but the depth is uniform.

All the others taper with the woofer at the widest part of the taper or a short distance down.
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Okay, I'm lost here. A t-line tapers, that's just a slot port. The only non tapering T-line I've seen is a long rectangular box with the driver near the top and a simple hole about 1/3 of the way up from the bottom (with the enclosure upright on the long side). It's fairly narrow across the width of the baffle and shallow but the depth is uniform.

All the others taper with the woofer at the widest part of the taper or a short distance down.
alot of them are full width the tappered ones dont have as much of a spike at tuning I was to lazy to model up a tapperd line and then fold it to
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Okay but shouldn't the area the subs mount in be the same size as the rest of the line? To my eye that just looks like an ordinary ported enclosure with a big port. A smallish enclosure mind you but still...
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chambered t-line has a small box area but still has the full size line helps load the sub so it doesn't max out as soon pwk does alot of these enclosures toyotat thundra had a chambered t-line in his first pick up
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Ah. Must be something fairly new. I bet that port on the enclosure proper will get a bunch of air movement.
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This is reminiscent of one of PWK's "phase box's". How did you calculate the tuning of the "front port"?
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