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Sound Splinter Dual Rl-i8 setup with pics! :D (Advice please!)

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

Owned. :lol2:

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

Owned. :lol2:

I think he means without the 3142553523521"s of port lol

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

Owned. :lol2:

I think he means without the 3142553523521"s of port lol

Yes. :drink40:

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Can't believe I missed this box build.....You sir, have great woodworking skills and TONS of patience. I too would love to hear how that box sounds. I'm in for vids! :popcorn::drink40:

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All i can say is amazing design.

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

Owned. :lol2:

I think he means without the 3142553523521"s of port lol

Yes. :drink40:

It's a very small net volume box. The port area is appropriate, and the length is just what was needed for the very normal tune of 33 hz. Any other ported box with those specifications would be built the same way. So :shrug:

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I wanna hear, curious how it sounds to a normal ported box :P

Well it is a normal ported box.

Owned. :lol2:

I think he means without the 3142553523521"s of port lol

Yes. :drink40:

It's a very small net volume box. The port area is appropriate, and the length is just what was needed for the very normal tune of 33 hz. Any other ported box with those specifications would be built the same way. So :shrug:

Well I did not know that :)

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lol. For real, I thought the woodworking looks great. Its just not anything extra ordinary than a ported box.

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i have never seen a box with so many bends in it : u got skills

i wud have taken the lazy man route & gone with some flared psp ports :peepwall:

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What are you going to ask for them? I just sold my 2. These things are starting to pop up everywhere, lol. I've seen 4 pr in the last month F/S.

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Can some one explain y there are so many turns(I guess is how you say) it in side of the box?

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They're folds n the port. A way to make it fit. Small net volumes require long ports to tune to "low" frequencies.

It's necessary to work with "smaller" gross box/overall volumes/dimensions and "low" tunings.

The larger the NET volume, assuming port area stays the same, the longer the required port length to achieve the same tuning.

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