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Old 02-15-2016, 07:46 PM
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Hi guys, this box is for two SAv83 subs, I have been 2 weeks working on the designs and i think i finally got. But i have my questions since i am a nob on vented enclosures. The one with the port on one side is what i actually want, but i am concerned with the subwoofer to the left unloading before the one closer to the right, will i have issues? what if i put then separate from each other? or the best location would be where i have it on the picture? tuned at +-35Hz. I like the design with the port on the center because i think i won't have unloading issues, but i have heard that port in the side performs better, any inputs guys? thank you for the help. Sorry for writing to many lines.
Note: i really don't want to try multiple times, i want to choose one and not do another box because i don't have access to tools.



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The first design will be fine. Now if you had one mounted on the left panel it'd be a different story. If you're really worried about it just add some braces to break it up like this.


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Thanks for the replay. One question, when you said "if you mount one on the left panel that would be a different story" you meant by left panel the side left panel, or the speaker hope to the left closer to the left front panel?
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I have designed countless enclosures both ways, using the first design and evenly centering your holes will not cause one sub to load differently than the other, and if it does I personally have never been able to notice/hear it. Also if it is a concern, rather than doing the "L" port style try a labyrinth port instead,
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I have designed countless enclosures both ways, using the first design and evenly centering your holes will not cause one sub to load differently than the other, and if it does I personally have never been able to notice/hear it. Also if it is a concern, rather than doing the "L" port style try a labyrinth port instead,
Thanks for the suggestion, I was actually thinking about that. Sorry for the late response, been busy this week.
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Thanks for the suggestion, I was actually thinking about that. Sorry for the late response, been busy this week.
no worries, i have actually become pretty fond of the labyrinth style myself, it makes it easier to achieve the desired tuning without having to worry about any fitment issues, plus they are fun to build.
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I prefer the second one, better braced, smaller panels.
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