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Barrie

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7 minutes ago, Barrie said:

 

By best way I mean open baffle or sealed box  

 

I  prefer a sealed enclosure with a port at the rear for optimal sound  because I want the woofers to dig as low as they can ,

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4 minutes ago, OO1 said:

I  prefer a sealed enclosure with a port at the rear for optimal sound  because I want the woofers to dig as low as they can ,

sealed enclosure.......with a port, is not a sealed enclosure anymore. 

 

And these are in-walls. you wont find an in-wall with an enclosure on the back that is ported. Not that I have ever seen anyways. Theoretically, it would not make sense. 

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25 minutes ago, Barrie said:

 

  infinite baffle. 

infinite baffle works , but  a sealed enclosure  avoids the  extension loss in the LF   for a gain in quality sound ...  it costs a bit more . MDF ,  glue , a few fasteners    

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4 hours ago, OO1 said:

correct , but we normally  build   a sealed enclosure , then   , we  cut a hole for the port    ,  I'm pretty sure that @Barrie got my drift  

then it would be a ported enclosure at that point.....

 

4 hours ago, OO1 said:

infinite baffle works , but  a sealed enclosure  avoids the  extension loss in the LF   for a gain in quality sound ...  it costs a bit more . MDF ,  glue , a few fasteners    

im not sure you understand how infinite baffle works. if it designed to be that way and not be in a box, and you stick it in a box, it is not going to sound right and could damage something. 

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