Help with adding insulation to a subwoofer

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  1. JoshuaHoffman

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    I'd like to tame some of the boominess (or hollowness) out of a sub. I got some pillow stuffing at Walmart. What do I need to know about adding it inside? Anything I should make sure it doesn't touch? How much should I use? Can I overstuff it? Thanks!!
     
  2. ScottCHI

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    i say:

    "start stuffing"
     
  3. JoshuaHoffman

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    yes, but, are there components I need to worry about the batting touching? Can it be overstuffed?
     
  4. Kevin G.

    Kevin G. Second Unit

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    I did this mod to my HTIB cheappie worked fairly well, just avoid the port, if there is one, and the plate. I couldn't keep myself satisfied, though, and ended up with the 10" Dayton a couple months later!!!!!

    sorry, I see that my link isn't working
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...hreadid=181672 (mods fix if possible, thx)
     

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