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|28th September 2005, 01:03 PM||#1|
Tuning bass reflex port
Oh, there must be a hundred threads covering this, yet a half hour search did not come up with anything.
So i'm lazy and open a new thread
I am making a big tube amp. Needed something to test it on and bought two speakers for $20
They are old philips speakers, unmistakably from the late eighties, by their looks.
They sound pretty decend.
They are a little bright now and then, but still..
I listen to them witg a +6dB gain at 70hz on the equalizer.
That way it performs good.
Now there's a large diameter vent directly behind the driver. It's covered with cloth.
At large Basses, the cloth vibrates and wit an amplitude of at least 0,5 cm
Can i tune the ports for deeper/stiffer bass? Will removing the cloth help?
The speakers state "Power monitor 100"
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