Best Way to Tune Your Enclosure and Set Gains Based on your Music Library
This is a basic tutorial on how to find out your range of
frequencies you need to hit to help you tune your enclosure and also how to properly use a proper test tone to gain match based on your music choice rather than just guessing or using a random 0 db test tone you normally find online and losing out on some good output.
The video will also show you how to know if your music files are clean or filled with clipping and distortion.
Use in conjunction with response graphs of winisd to get the bass response you want out of your system with your enclosure design. As you know, not all subs will have a flat response in a ported box, there are tradeoffs you have to make especially if you have space constraints.
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