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Old 4th June 2002, 03:02 AM   #1
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hey, im planning on making a sonosub....

24 inch dia tube...
adire shiva mark iii...
external ava250...
4 inch flared port...

now ive tried running winisd and lspcad, but i have no clue what im doing... like adding polyfill and wall damping foam, and as well as sizing the enclosure...

can anyone give me some help figuring out a good size to make my sub....

im probably going to have a 3/4 incd plug in each end of the tube along with a 3/4 inch cap on the top for a nice finish... downfiring sub and a downward opened port...

it will most likey use it for home theater.. i dont have audiophile quality equipment, but i still want it to sound good.. something for mainly HT but some music...

if anyone has the time to throw together some numbers for me i would be very appreciative!!

~thanks for any help guys....
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in a rush, ill get back to you soon

http://terryctheater.tripod.com/shiv...um/page12.html

http://www.quux.net/roo/diy/sonosub/

this is all you need for some research.
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Bump^^^^

Anyone???Anyone????

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Adire has several designs here.

Go for the EBS is size isn't a concern.

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All the info that you could possibly need is in those links above.
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