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Andrew Storlie

box for 2-15" hdc4s

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Nothin' but love...

round ports will work... 

Don' get caught up in in2

it is the result that counts... love thy fellow enthusiast!!! 

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5 hours ago, fyerbyrd22 said:

well whoever you spoke to is an idiot...a single 6" aero will work fine for a 12", actually for most drivers that will actually be too much...dont let my post count on here fool you like im some noob...this is what i do...literally (www.facebook.com/TurbulentDesigns)

and shadetree, how are u coming up with that answer? show your work

Just out of curiosity, what happens when you have too much port area?

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From what Ive learned you cant just use a certain port design for every single sub. most subs are different mechanically. The obvious answer is he is going to need more port area. I'm by no means an expert but I have actually been down this specific road.

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Math may check out but it is not wise to run three 6 inch aero with these subs. Im actually doing a similar build with 2 hdc4 15s on a 7k 

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are you saying 3 6" aeros are not enough port area or this is something about running 3 6" areos that is a problem?

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10 hours ago, Triticum Agricolam said:

Just out of curiosity, what happens when you have too much port area?

you and i have disagreed about this before but ill entertain

 

peaky responses and unloading are common issues...i've PERSONALLY tested this with 2 hdc3 10s coincidentally...very strong response from roughly 40hz on up...flat on its face and unloaded below there...3cu net, 8" aero

ill fill in your end of the conversation below:

"there is no issue and no such thing as too much port area"

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