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stuffed sub

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by JeremyWadian, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. JeremyWadian

    JeremyWadian New Member

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    I've learned that I shouldn't place my front firing rear ported sub close to the wall so that the air can get in. But I've stuffed it with polyfill. Will the stuffing block the air like being to close to the wall does? thanks
     
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    No. If the poly is less than 1 pound per cubic foot, it will effectively make the enclosure larger by about 10% while lowering the tuning frequency slightly. Sometimes it helps with boomy subs.
     

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