aperiodic membrane inside enclosure?

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  1. James Mudler

    James Mudler Stunt Coordinator

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    I have some AP mats from the old car audio days. I was thinking what putting them inside the cabinet. Construct a center divider and install the AP mat in the divider. Small enclosure with a larger airspace seperated by the AP mat.
    Anyone ever do this?
    See what happen when you can't sleep, ones stay up thiking of weird stuff [​IMG]TIA
     
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    There wouldnt be any point in doing that really. AP vents are used to vent it to the outside. They lower the system Q. It also lowers the peak impedance. But from all I hear about AP vents, I've decided to just build some test enclosures to see what happens. Give it a shot with a quicky box, but I dont think it would do anything unless the speakers are getting different signals.
     

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