MrCrowley
In my 6th order wall, my front chamber is right around 21 cubes and the loading wall for the rear chamber is quite a ways away from the subs and port. My question is, would I gain anything if I moved my rear chamber closer to the loading wall at the expense of the front chamber's volume?
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Kicker700
How far is the rear wall from the subs? Also how big is the rear chamber?
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audiobuffru1
if you move rear chamber you change freq so yes you would gain by raising freq,

my sub from rear wall is like 1" .

depends on sub and tuning of rear chamber .

30/80 is rule for tuning quasie series tuned bandpass.
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Alemuthafukinjandro
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30/80 is rule for tuning quasie series tuned bandpass.
30/80 sounds like it would be a little tough to do.
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Kicker700
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Originally posted by Alemuthafukinjandro:
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Originally posted by audiobuffru1:


30/80 is rule for tuning quasie series tuned bandpass.
30/80 sounds like it would be a little tough to do.
lol its for that 110%
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MrCrowley
rear chamber




I can't find a tape measure but my subs are over 2' from the loading wall. I figured if I moved them closer, it would control some of the excursion also.
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magic car audio
i am building a sixth order, i was thinking of 38/74. will that work for spl?
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MrCrowley
I think a lot of it depends on the car. I know in my Jeep, everything is waaaaaaaay louder with doors open using a 6th order and I also noticed that my low end increased way more than I thought it would, I think the combination of both chambers contributed to that and not just the tuning of the rear chamber so you *might* want to take that into consideration. Not saying you should but that's what I've gathered.
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