Im having phasing issues which is not surprising with subs and port facing forward. Its tuned to around 34 hz and no doubt Im doing over 150 with it. Lots and lots of air pressure. lol
The subs and port are facing inside the cabin of my 96 honda accord. I have the box pushed all the way back towards the trunk and I even added foam, dynamat and even some wood to help seal up the back. It still hits harder with the trunk open. Does anyone have any ideas at how to seal the back so air travel doesnt get behind the box?
I just started adding random pieces of wood behind the box to see if it helps. The trunk lid is not even, so I tried layering the wood to match the trunk lid.
<< I know, messy right? lol
Now to the main part..
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HU: Home stereo converted to dc
Subs: 6 1/2 home sub
Amp: off the stereo
Wiring: extended power cord
neon lights: Christmas lights duct taped to frame