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Old 28th November 2008, 19:15   #16
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Fb is the frequency at which the box is tuned. For that box, I suggest setting th HPF at about 30Hz. The precise frequency isn't critical.
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Old 29th November 2008, 12:43   #17
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Andy, welcome here. As a member of TBHP and a professional in your field we wold request you to please introduce yourself on these two links/threads.

Introduce yourself - Team-BHP

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/ask-gu...larations.html

and just in case please read this link too.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...ing-rules.html

Guys, this is "Chainsaw Andy"! fooling around with a JBL 2200 see the last few seconds of the video posted on post 392 here
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/intern...tml#post560575

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@M2AVG no there is no other terminology.
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no your amp cannot be adjusted for these settings it is inbuilt. you get these settings however on certain high end amps and some of the more expensive headunits.
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2. Yes there is. If you have T/S specs (esp Vas, Fs, Qts) and the Box volume (and port dimensions if any) you can find programs (Box Plot, Box Design, etc..) that will give you a computation of the same.
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Fb is the frequency at which the box is tuned. For that box, I suggest setting th HPF at about 30Hz. The precise frequency isn't critical.
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Andy, welcome here.
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Guys, this is "Chainsaw Andy"! fooling around with a JBL 2200 see the last few seconds of the video posted on post 392 here
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/intern...tml#post560575
Andy, thank you so much for your suggestion (actually thank you so much for replying to my query).
Actually after reading Navin's reply I was going to google for Box Plot and Box Design. But when Navin introduced Andy to TBHP... well I would just set the HPF at 30Hz!!

Thank you again.
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Fb is the frequency at which the box is tuned. For that box, I suggest setting th HPF at about 30Hz. The precise frequency isn't critical.
So that means the resonance frequency of this box is around 40Hz? And what would you suggest for LPF? I am looking for a tight powerful bass.

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