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Looking for box tricks and tips for the most efficient box I can build...

PVC in the corners? ( any one got photos? )
Sound Deadener inside or outside the box?
8" areo ports how?
Is slot or areo better?
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Looking for box tricks and tips for the most efficient box I can build...

PVC in the corners? ( any one got photos? )
Sound Deadener inside or outside the box?
8" areo ports how?
Is slot or areo better?
Dont do PVC or angles in the corners unless you know what angles and positions to use.

Doing it the right way can help but is very tricky. Doing a general 45 most often will hurt rather than help.

Its a common misconception though.
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how can you go wrong with 45's?
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how can you go wrong with 45's?
Can create standing waves and pockets of high and low pressure in places you dont want them.

Ever see someone blow out cones of their woofers in multi woofer enclosures, and each time its usually the same woofer?

It happens because the box shape causes too much back pressure behind that particular woofer.

Even if you dont have enough power to blow a cone, it can still diminish performance.

But if you do it right and get the pressure to build in the proper places, then it would help performance.
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well whats the proper way then? I'm about to do a box build and this is new news to me(keep in mind im a novice builder)
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the proper way is rebuild it 10-20 times to get it perfect
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