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Old 10th November 2017, 09:36 PM   #31
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Can an enclosure be too thick?
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4.25"x4.875"x17" ID box ...(4x 3" full-range speakers
5.77 litres. Not many 3 drivers (in my experience) that are happy with less than 2 litres. And with such an aspect ratio it will likely have wave characteristics. If sealed a wl TL, if vented wl.

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