thejoose
What are the pros and cons of a bottom ported flat wall like this one



the set up in my current project means that a port like this would make things much easier to build - im just going for a silly oud boomer not chasing numbers

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audiobuffru1
that is originally how it was done back in the day when you couldnt place both subs on top of each other, being you would capture the rear wave at 1/4 measurement or some call it time ailgnment of back wave vs front wave . that style works well and also with port on top in simular set up .
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TeamSubGoPoof
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Originally posted by thejoose:
What are the pros and cons of a bottom ported flat wall like this one



the set up in my current project means that a port like this would make things much easier to build - im just going for a silly oud boomer not chasing numbers

Thanks
Steve Cooks old extreme van was built that way back in 01/02...

When I asked why he didn't build a normal style ported wall he said just think about if you flipped the car on its side, its the same thing
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