I have a two door blazer and I've heard sub's up port back,but i can't squeeze enough airspace for two 15's doing that,so i was thinking sub's and port up with the box all the way to the hatch. Any thought's?
side firing port....alot of people have had good results doing side firing including me....you can build to the back gate and just fire the port to the side....tune just a little higher than what you want cuz with the port to the side and so far away from the listening position it effectivly lowers the tune 3 or 4 hz....i had a single 18 in the back of a 2 door blazer easy...so if you build it right and use aeroports then you can fit 2 15's in there nicely
I'm interested in this as well. I'm doing a build in a 4dr. Do the 2 and 4dr's have the same cargo area? I was planning 4 12s
no the 4 dr has alot more room in back....4 12's will prolly be a good fit in a 4dr but be very hard to fit in a 2 dr.....but both vehicles share a similar sound and peak close to eachother....my 2 dr peaked at 46hz....but was tuned to 28hz and played anything from 20hz to 55hz with authority ....buddy of mine had a 4 dr peaked 1 hz lower at 45hz and was tuned to 30hz and has pretty much the same bandwidth but both setups wer side ported....you can do rear facing port but enjoy trying to keep the back glass and gate quiet
If your not going to meter and only sounding good and groundPounding is what you want....port towards the passenger side.....going to meter port towards drivers side........music is usually loudest at the headrest on opposite side of port
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