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Ive always wondered.. Is it going to affect anytihng when you have a layout like this? My concern is that one sub is "loading" off the port, and the other is going off the back wall of the box.. Wont that make some sort of difference, or does it not really matter?

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Some will say yes and some will say no.
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Some will say yes and some will say no.
The op, may want to know what would you say.
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I have done what he is thinking with no I'll results. My current box is like that and works awesome.
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Should be fine.
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should be totally fine, if your worried about un even loading do a center port
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I dont think I can do a center port since the port is too long and has the bend in it..
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just divide the length after the bend in 2 then use that length on each side of the port ex: if it was say 10" put a 5" piece on each side, just make sure to maintain the width of the port on each side.
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just divide the length after the bend in 2 then use that length on each side of the port ex: if it was say 10" put a 5" piece on each side, just make sure to maintain the width of the port on each side.
I did not know you can do that, are you sure
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yes i have done it a few times works great, just make sure everything is even, you dont want one chamber or one port smaller then the other
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