I'm sure this has been asked before, but searching did not give me the answer I'm looking for, so here is my question.
from the builds i have seen it appears that when using aero ports most people don't necessarily follow the traditional rule of 16sqin of port per cubic foot of box volume. is this correct? if so, is there a formula for how much port area to use per cubic foot when using aeros?
I've seen a few people suggest using 1 6" aero port per 15" woofer, so for example a box for 4 15's @ 4.5cuft per woofer would be 18cuft, with a normal slot port i would go with approx 288sqin of port, but according to what i have seen suggested that box would only require 4 6" aeros, which is only 113sqin of port. how do you get the same or better performance with less then half the port area? are aero ports really that efficient?
I'm thinking of using aeros on my next build, but i would like to learn more about them first.
thanks for any input
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