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Old 29th May 2007, 22:32   #121
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I want to ask that on what basis do you draw conclusion that one brand is more esoteric than other?
esoteric can also mean "secret" as in
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I have seen more of Audison than Steg. To me the Steg were a bigger secret than Audison. It does not mean one is better.
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Old 29th May 2007, 22:35   #122
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I'll let Navin answer your question, but I do want to point out that I absolutely do not regard a mono amp as a MACK and 2/ 4 channel amps as 911s. That would be a whole lot of generalization.
It is generalization. It is best I could do under the circumstances. Compare for example the JBL 755.6 vs the JBL 601.1 (both cost about the same). In fact I should have said "multichannel amps". A 40x4 amp compared to a 160x1 amp for example.
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i am planning to build a ported enclosure for my sub but im not sure what will be the effect on sq. want your expert advice on this gunman. what is the basic difference between properly designed sealed and ported enclosure for the same sub?
Clip, this basically differs from sub to sub. In this case, the ES380 will sound a bit louder around some frequencies but still remain smooth. So little loss of SQ here.
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Clip, this basically differs from sub to sub. In this case, the ES380 will sound a bit louder around some frequencies but still remain smooth. So little loss of SQ here.
I think the ported will be at loss at the freq which will be lower than the tunned one but otherwise it will be good everywhere.....nice and smooth....
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Clip, this basically differs from sub to sub. In this case, the ES380 will sound a bit louder around some frequencies but still remain smooth. So little loss of SQ here.
hi gunman,

this was the reply i was looking for. so i will definitely build a ported enclosure now that ive got the advice.

1 more thing. i think driven had the exact dimensions for all the subs according to the car. if thats the case, can you help me with it so there is minimum error? nevermind if not possible.

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I think the ported will be at loss at the freq which will be lower than the tunned one but otherwise it will be good everywhere.....nice and smooth....
that toh i know. waise gunbir what would be the tuning frequency if the enclosure is built according to the recommendation by HERTZ?

thanks guy

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Old 30th May 2007, 00:56   #126
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clip I have posted the same a few pages before.....check it out...
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Old 30th May 2007, 01:03   #127
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hertz recommend a 60 lts box...with 25 hz tunning freq which will require a 82mm dia port with 290 mm length

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hi,

thanks again lbm. i forgot that you had posted it earlier. i have a bad memory :-) . the tuning frequency is quite low. i think it wll be ok. what do you say?
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ya it is quite adequate for the job.....
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