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koyote 1st November 2012 08:04 PM

Seas fa22 - sealed or vented
 
I have built a golden ratio sealed box for Seas Fa22 full range drivers. I am happy with the result and they sound good to my ears (even thought they look a bit industrial in their unfinished MDF).

Now, for fun I modelled the box using King's MathCad worksheets, setting the port infinitesimal in the ML TL worksheet, and it looks good. I then started to play around with the port and found that I got a nice flat bass extension into the 40s with a port of r=0.8 in and l=0.7 in (the thickness of the MDF).

The thing I am not sure about: could I just drill a 0.8 in hole in the box and thats my port. Or would such a small port create problems with port noise. Or is the dimension of the port so small it implies a stuffed port, sort of aperiodic?

sreten 1st November 2012 10:30 PM

Hi,

It won't work, port velocity will be too high, you need a bigger longer port.

rgds, sreten.

koyote 2nd November 2012 06:18 PM

Thanks for the reply, I should have been able to figure it out my self. I will build ML-TL or ML-TQWT enclosures for the drivers, just need to figure out how to best fold the line to fit them into my room.

turk 182 2nd November 2012 09:50 PM

golden ratio?

he who has the gold rules!


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