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Subwoofer fill

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Jim-Luc, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. Jim-Luc

    Jim-Luc Extra

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    How much subwoofer fill is enough? can there be to much?
    is it better without? The box is 24.5” tall ,19.5” deep, 19” wide. It has one port in the corner that is 15" long and 4" wide . The area inside is about 5.11 cubic feet or 144.87 liters. I bought a Dayton 15" titanic MK III. Currently I have the box filled with enough room for the speaker to fit in.
     
  2. Jim-Luc

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    in addition I used an old pillow instead of buying poly fill
    I filled the box
    what do you guys think?
     
  3. NickSI

    NickSI Stunt Coordinator

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    while your answering his question could you tell me why this is neccisary or even advisable?
     
  4. Blaine_M

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    I think you might get more responses if you moved this to the DIY thread.....
     

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