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54"w x 64"d x 48"t

there is 15.5" between the 2 rear sections and 13 11/16" to the back wall im just doing some last minute stuff to try and tune and find out where i am volume wise. the first row on bottom and top might have to be inverted but thats ok.
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really dont think you will have enough cube for all them
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just the shell alone is 80+ cubes. designs are easy i will keep trying. id love to try a 4th order but just not sure how subs will react to one.
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ok so the shell is 80 cube but that design you lose A LOT of cube because how you have to angle the subs and what not. plus those 12s will want very minamum 2 cube per driver. so at a minimum 64 cubes. and the way u have the design you will lose more than 16 cubes between all the displacements and bracing and what not.
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correct i lost about 38 cubes give or take.. so i need to gain another 18 cubes or so which hopefully i can go deeper but either way ill try another design and try and save room for a battery bank.
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consider doing a 4th order or a sealed clam? im sure the subs will do fine in a 1 cube per woofer. 32 cubes sealed. the rest ported.
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would porting something like this cause loading issues from some subs being so far back and some being right on the port?
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would porting something like this cause loading issues from some subs being so far back and some being right on the port?

I would say no, but you are talking about going 4 woofers deep which some consider bad.

I like Hank's idea.

How about doing a rear clamshell(like you have the subs set up in the first example or similar) and porting the front chamber? 4th order design and I'm sure you could make it work out easier for you as well.
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consider doing a 4th order or a sealed clam? im sure the subs will do fine in a 1 cube per woofer. 32 cubes sealed. the rest ported.
i would actually love to do a 4th and the worst that happens is i rip out the guts of the 4th and rebuild if it doesnt work. let me do some work ill throw up a 4th order design tomorrow after some sleep
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I would say no, but you are talking about going 4 woofers deep which some consider bad.

I like Hank's idea.

How about doing a rear clamshell(like you have the subs set up in the first example or similar) and porting the front chamber? 4th order design and I'm sure you could make it work out easier for you as well.
ill give it a whirl
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