How important is the physical smoothness of a port

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  1. Mike Dr

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    I am currently building a sonosub, and I had to sand the inside of the port because the glue came out a bit and hardened. What I wanted to knwo is should i bother with very very fine sanding on the inside of the port to get it as smooth as possible or is it ok for it to have the consistency of slightly sanded plastic? Common sense tells me this is not very critical especially in a subwoofer...

    let me know

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  2. Mike Dr

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    comon people.. you're reading the thread,just say yes or no [​IMG]
     
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    The walls of the port should be as smooth as possible.
     

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