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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by SteveF, Mar 24, 2002.
Any tips for testing that a sealed subwoofer is
I have the exact same question. I read somewhere that you should run a 10 Hz test tone at moderate levels. Then move your fingers along all the eges to feal for any air moving out. I did this but I don't know how well it really works.
One I read was to hold the edge of a tissue and move it along the seams.
Probably NOT a good idea to use 10Hz test tones unless the woofer is VERY stout one. Try 30-40Hz instead.
Push the cone in and see if you can hear any hissing.
A 2-5hz tone will do the same thing though... just be careful when you do it