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Fellow Bassheads!!!

What are you opinions about Bandpass boxes..(4th Order) made from birch would?

Do they get low bass? Loud? Suck? etc.

Thanks

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Just like any kind of box, it deepends on how it's designed. They(bandpass boxes) can be made to do any of the things you listed...

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Thank you both for your input

You can subscribe to me on youtube @sgaboi1, I will eventually start to post vids/pics of my system updates.

I am also an artist if you like music.

2005 Ford Taurus Bone stock eveything.

Audio Items:

4 6" Eminence Alphas

2 4x7" Pioneer mids

2 6x9 Jensen 3way mids

1 6.5 Audiobahn component

2-12" Soundstream Picasso's (about to be traded)

Audiopipe AP1004 1000Watt 4 Channel

Even though I don't currently have a system. I still ride with my fingers on the vol. knob.

BASSJUNIE!!!

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most 4th orders are used for burping because you can build them to get loud at a certain frequency, but i would not recondmend them for a daily setup because they are very peaky.

example: it might play 35hz very strong but anything over 45hz will be very quiet. bandpass boxes are known as "one note wonders" which means you will hit like 1 out of 5 notes in a song.

i use to have an alpine type-r 10 in a 4th order and it was alright, but then i build a t-line for it and it was a night and day difference plus it got just as loud.

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most 4th orders are used for burping because you can build them to get loud at a certain frequency, but i would not recondmend them for a daily setup because they are very peaky.

example: it might play 35hz very strong but anything over 45hz will be very quiet. bandpass boxes are known as "one note wonders" which means you will hit like 1 out of 5 notes in a song.

i use to have an alpine type-r 10 in a 4th order and it was alright, but then i build a t-line for it and it was a night and day difference plus it got just as loud.

there are different ways to tune a 4th order. You can do it the way your describing it where you get a small range of Frequency response, and you can peak very well for competition.

BUT if they are tuned right They can give a wider stronger response than a ported box. They are normally very efficient, if built right that is.

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Just like any kind of box, it deepends on how it's designed. They(bandpass boxes) can be made to do any of the things you listed...

Including suck? haha

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most 4th orders are used for burping because you can build them to get loud at a certain frequency, but i would not recondmend them for a daily setup because they are very peaky.

example: it might play 35hz very strong but anything over 45hz will be very quiet. bandpass boxes are known as "one note wonders" which means you will hit like 1 out of 5 notes in a song.

i use to have an alpine type-r 10 in a 4th order and it was alright, but then i build a t-line for it and it was a night and day difference plus it got just as loud.

do not listen to this guy^ as ram said they can be made to do all the things you listed and can be made to play flat across a wide range of frequencies like truelywickedcustoms i wanna say plays like 25-55 hz

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