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Old 25th March 2012, 04:18 AM   #21
mlr is offline mlr  Philippines
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Andy17 View Post
In simulation:
sealed Box from 75-150l (bigger better ;-) )
ported Box from 100l 30Hz - 150l 26Hz.
(For ported a subsonic Filter ~20Hz would prevent for overload)
What is better depends on room an your liking ;-)
thanks for the info.... I'll try to sort it out...
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