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RaLLiArT
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subs in single box

Postby RaLLiArT » May 18th, 2004, 5:38 am

so what r the pro's and con's of using a single chamber for more than 1 subwoofers!!!!!!

lets say each speaker have there own space and its sealed....... :!:

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Postby Hook » May 18th, 2004, 6:37 am

mmm...I'm guessing it'll carry the same characteristics as a sealed enclosure (tight bass response, small-ish enclosure but lacks deep bass extension somewhat) if the enclosure is segmented and sealed for each sub

but ur question is a bit confusing...first u're asking about 1 chamber for >1 sub...then u're asking about a sealed chamber for each sub...


if all ur subs are in one unsegmented chamber and, for whatever reason, one sub conks out on u, u then have a scenario where the remaining sub(s) have all this 'extra' space to push within the box...it will in turn act as a passive sub with the pressure change displacing the cone out of phase with the remaining sub(s) and, depending on the positioning, it may cause a cancellation of the sound waves (destructive interference) and give u an incredibly $hitty low end

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Postby RaLLiArT » May 18th, 2004, 4:24 pm

thanks...
your last paragraph is the senario i was speaking off.

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