A LITTLE QUEstion for GLASSWOLF plz..7


Bronze Member
Username: Pikesh

Post Number: 54
Registered: Jun-05
hi glass wolf... i am planning to run dual 10" bandpass enclosure , put 2 10" infinities in it...people are telling me that it will pound i mean it will sound good... my concern is that is bandpass enclosure good? you can take the glass off too in that ...

Silver Member
Username: Infinity_addict

Santa Rosa, California USA

Post Number: 117
Registered: Jul-05
i'd go sealed. infinitys are SQ subs. they prob won't hit as hard as you like, but they'll sound good.

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

Wisteria, Lane USA

Post Number: 9463
Registered: Dec-03
base the best enclosure type on the Qts of the speakers.
I don't like bandpass boxes myself. they are very loud but they don't hit deeply due to 4th order boxes being tuned high in order to get good gain from them. for musicality and SPL (good balance) I'd go ported.
for strictly SQ without a lto of boom, go sealed.
again though, this depends on what the Qts allows you to use for the best box.

Silver Member
Username: Matt12490

Benicia, California

Post Number: 135
Registered: May-05
Glasswolf- What type of enlosure would be good for a 12" sub with a Qts of .44 (it's a RE se)

what is Qts anyways?

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

Wisteria, Lane USA

Post Number: 9698
Registered: Dec-03
with a Qts of .44 you can use pretty much anything within reason. sealed or ported.

Qts is the driver's Q at resonance (Fs), due to all losses; dimensionless. Q is the driver's relative damping, or tendancy to resonate at Fs.
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