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Eclipse SW9152 Titanium Glasswolf?

 

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Username: Monoxidechild

Post Number: 2
Registered: Apr-04
Ive just purchased an Eclipse SW9152 Titanium 15" subwoofer, being powered by a rockford 1001bd Power amp. Of course, Eclipse leaves the mystery of cubic box volumes for their products a mystery for the consumer. Anyone have some worthy suggestions?
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 2855
Registered: Dec-03
sure.
for a 15", if you go sealed, try about 2 to 2.5cu ft.
for ported, 3cu ft, and 6" ID port, and tune it to around 30Hz.

nice sub
 

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Username: Monoxidechild

Post Number: 3
Registered: Apr-04
Thanks alot Glasswolf. Damn genius. lol.. Yeah, I sure hope the sub is nice. 6"ID port? Those round or slots..? Sorry, kinda new to some of this..
 

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Username: Its_bacon12

Post Number: 565
Registered: Dec-03
6"ID means 6" interior diameter for a round port..

or, you can figure out the surface area a 6" round port and make a slot port with the same surface area

personally, i prefer slot ports - easier to integrate when building the box
 

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Username: Monoxidechild

Post Number: 4
Registered: Apr-04
Alrighty, thanks.. But if its 6 inches in diameter, what is the length of it? Cuz that does matter right, in tuning?
 

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Username: Its_bacon12

Post Number: 566
Registered: Dec-03
yes it matters..

mm not sure but i know of a site that can help you - but i dont have it with me if i find it b4 monday ill email u otherwise ill post here
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 2911
Registered: Dec-03
the length will depend on the box volume after driver displacement
 

JMP
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Go to www.eclipse-car.com its all about boxes. Good luck and make sure to scroll all the way down. The page is long.
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