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Old 26th January 2009, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default SUPRAVOX 285 GMF cabinet size

I would like to know what is the best cabinet size for the Supravox 285 GMF woofer. for better bass possible.

FS 47 hz QTS .38 VAS 150L Claude
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Old 26th January 2009, 03:44 PM   #2
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Basrefleks should make it straight to 50hz
120-140 liter netto, with BIG slotport 100x400mm x100

I tried calculate with 275 liter and just a 100x400mm slot opening, not a port...pushes it down to 35hz
Have been used a lot in PA

Could be its a woofer well suited fore ONKEN, I dont know...but its suggested on Supravox site...dont know if its the optimum
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You don't specify exactly what sort of cabinet you're after, and 'best' is at, er, 'best' a subjective term, so we're going to have to wing it here.

Something like this MLTL ought to get you started:

42in long, CSA 221in^2, Zd = 17.625in, Zp = 38in , vent 4in diameter x 1in long.
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Scottmoose, please give me spec in human language....i'm not familar
with ZP , ZD , CSA. thank you Claude
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CSA = cross sectional area
Zp = distance of port centre from the internal top of the cabinet.
Zd = distance of driver centre from the internal top of the cabinet.
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Bookmarked this page, just in case...text says Supravox, and easy to find again
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