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  • #128136
     lost soul 
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    Hi i bought a Pyle PLG64 6.5″ speaker to use as my sub, im in the process of designing and build its box

    https://www.pyleaudio.com/sku/PLG64/65-300-Watt-Mid-Bass-Woofer

    for my box design im leaning toward facing it down in a ported box locked down

    speaker design

    id just like to hear somebody’s thoughts on going about it.

    I’m still working out dimensions and what not

    do you think it will sound OK ?

    if you feel there’s a better way to go about this such as design, id love to hear your thoughts.

    #128137
     lost soul 
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    Another Design i’m thinking of is this instead of a port

    f3c0ba304c449e6bbb23a4fcee3a6644--speaker-design-diy-loudspeaker-enclosure

    #128138
     rgarriott 
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    Not sure why you wouldn’t just use the cabinet itself as your speaker box. Does that sub give you a specific dimension to follow?

    #128139
     rgarriott 
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    I use the flipper fidelity set up and the sub sounds great just attached to the cab floor.

    #128141
     lost soul 
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    no the speaker dosnt really state size enclosures

    but i am interested in this flipper fidelity set up that you speak of.

    when you say just mount it to the bottom of the cab floor.

    do you mean face flush with the floor ? or do you mean cut a hole for the speaker through the bottom of the cab and mount it that way?

    any chance that you can show me a picture to show me more clearly on this

     

    thanks

    #128147
     lost soul 
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    OK i think i got what you mean, i believe in my situation I’m going to be forced to build an enclosure

    my cab is a bit unorthodox, i built it from scratch and its an upright vertical machine and right now the whole back of my cab is open i haven’t built a door for it yet, still lots to do

    #128150
     rgarriott 
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    Yeah normally you would cut a hole in the floor and mount it face down in the cabinet floor.

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