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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Bryan Michael, Apr 4, 2002.
if i was going to do a dual tempest sono tupe what would be best port or vent?
They are one and the same.
Unless you are referring to one of those aperiodic vents which make your box act as if it was bigger.
I'm guessing maybe Bryan wanted to know the difference in using port vs. passive radiators (pr)?
Don't folks sometimes refer to rectangular ports as vents? You know, the ones that are usually the width of the box but only a few inches high.
For a dual Tempest sonosub? Hmm...
(For a normal box enclosure, yes).
My old sub (Def Tech Prosub200TL) use a TL vent in the rear. Which was like a slotted port/vent. Much like what the ACI emeralds use except bigger. I don't think it would be recommended for the Tempest.
i was talking about a vent like on my velo i want to replave has a slot on the botom of it that is the vent
here is a link to the 2 diferent ones i am talking about http://goinggonzo.tripod.com/gonzosworld/id11.html
My dual Tempest has (2) 6"x20" vents which tunes it to 17Hz. Very easy to install. Not sure if this helps....Mike
That's still a port, they are just using the side of the box as part of it. Since you're talking about building a sonotube then you just need some PVC pipe or some flared ports.
i was just wondering if i use a bigger pice of pve like 8 inch would i need to flair the port?
dual tempests....you might need to flare the 8incher. Depends on how big the box is (bigger the box, the greater the port air speed and cone excursion)