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Old 03-06-2012, 10:38 PM
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How small would you guys recommend shrinking a box for a dc level 5 for burps? I was thinking 3.5 ft^3 but I'm not sure if it'd be small enough. power is going to be a Stetsom 7k.
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i take it your talking about a 15"? it completely depends on power...id start with a bigger box and toss some house bricks inside to see if you gain. if you dont have a meter then idk how you could test. what power do you got?
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i take it your talking about a 15"? it completely depends on power...id start with a bigger box and toss some house bricks inside to see if you gain. if you dont have a meter then idk how you could test. what power do you got?
Stetsom 7KD until the new DC amps come in
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reducing your internal volume reduces your potential loudness.


[fixored .. acitiesburn corrected me]

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i always do about 3 cubes for a 15, no matter the power... seems to work pretty well...
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reducing your internal volume reduces your potential loudness.
I know what you mean. I just don't want to put it in a box on 7k+ and blow it
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i always do about 3 cubes for a 15, no matter the power... seems to work pretty well...
Thanksan. What about port area?
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a smaller port is a better idea.

reducing your internal volume reduces your potential loudness.

reducing your port area increases your tuning {which can make you louder}
You mean decreases tuning?
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