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Old 11-02-2004, 23:58   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I have 2 12 inch subs in my eb in a single ported box now the box and the 2 subs are up against the back facing to the front. The ports are facing out the sides of the box into the boot now would it sound better if the ports were facing into the cabin?. Beacuse its mostly sealed around where the box meets the car and I don't think that there is enough room around the box to move the air from the ports. I hope I explaind that good enough.
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the subs work better when facing the rear of the boot, instead of firing direct into the back of the seat, well so I hear, try it.
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Yeah, as Dellboy said, try facing the subs to the rear, it will sound heaps better.
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give the ports some breathing space too. make sure that air can move freely, thats the whole idea of ported boxes
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