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Old 06-23-2005, 03:22 PM   #1
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Hey I have had a JL Audio Stealthbox (its more similar to the MTX Thunderform I think though) but I have a JL Audio 10W0 10" Sub in it with a 600w peak rockford fosgate amp bridged. I am wondering if it would be beneficial to drill a hole in the box to allow for more air travel or if this would ruin the sound that this finely engineered box makes...
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Porting a sub box is more than just drilling a hole in a box. Alot of things take into affect the port size and length.
I am sure Richiec777 and 2muchricemakesmesick will pop in and give some advice also.
The port depends on what frequency you want to play the sub at, and if the enclosure is big enough to produce it.
Being that you have a JL box, I know they are pretty small. Usually ported sub boxes require more air space than sealed boxes.
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