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Old 01-10-2009, 11:52 AM
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Is that the way it goes? A bigger box has less rise so the sub sees more power? Thats what I have heard from someone over at termpro. Just wondering because I heard someone say different on here.
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Yes that's right. Typically the larger the box the lower the impedence rise.
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on burps smaller box is louder. But music is a whole diffrent monster.
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Bigger box is more efficient but also reduces power handling. So you're closer to the amps rated power but can't use as much of it..
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Bigger box is more efficient but also reduces power handling. So you're closer to the amps rated power but can't use as much of it..
Wont the sub see the same amount of power either way though? With a bigger box you might have to turn the gain down with a given amp. But it would be seeing the same amount of power with that same amp running at a higher impedence in a smaller box. Am I missing something?
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the bigger the box the more air it has to compress and the less resistance the cone has to fight against to move
the less resistance it has the easier to bottom out and smack the coil to the back plate (not including impendence rise) the only thing the box size does to the sub is allow it to move and be more efficient
and the reason small boxes are used for burps is the control of the woofer and they are very peaky which is good for spl use
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