Starting first Sono

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rick Thomas, Mar 24, 2002.

  1. Rick Thomas

    Rick Thomas Agent

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    I would appreciate If someone could recommend the size of sono tube and what size of ports and how many I need.I will be using this sono sub 100% of the time for HT at a low volume.I would like to get as much base as i can at low volume. I already have a 12"driver.Thanks alot.
     
  2. ThomasW

    ThomasW Cinematographer

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    You'll need to have the T/S parameters for the driver before you can design the tube.
     
  3. Harry Lincoln

    Harry Lincoln Stunt Coordinator

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    What type of driver do you have?

    Harry.
     
  4. Rick Thomas

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    It's the old SVS driver out of the 20-39 CS
     
  5. Jack Gilvey

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    In that case, you can either try and build a copy of the sub from whence it came (I think any of the CS models would do), or try and find out the specs Thomas mentioned.
     
  6. Harry Lincoln

    Harry Lincoln Stunt Coordinator

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    I agree with Jack, build a 'clone' of an SVS, I'd go for the 20-39 as you already have one (I'm assuming) to copy from.

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