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On 4/9/2019 at 2:26 PM, Triticum Agricolam said:

Its not exactly light reading, but I've found this AES paper to be very informative: http://mariobon.com/Articoli_storici_AES/jbl/JBL_2002_AES_Reflex_Ports.pdf

If you need any help with WinISD just let me know.  There are a lot of older versions of it floating around, but if you get the newest version (0.7.0.950) its a lot easier to use.  

Good deal, thank you! And I never been much on light reading any way lol... Will def be checking this out! I found a few other good write ups, but still havent found the formula to calculate the internal pressure at a given wattage per ft3... I'm sure it's nothing I need to know, but when I got somethin on my mind, it's almost a need to know sorta thing.


1996 GMC Sierra 2500........................................................... (planned upgrades below)

Alternator .............. Factory ................................................... 270A
Batteries ................ Duralast and (1) XS D925 Battery......... replace Duralast w larger XS battery

Head Unit............. Soundstream VRN 65HB

Sound Processor ..... Precision Power DSP 88R

Component Amp ... Hifonics BRX6016.4................................. (T.B.D.)
Front stage ........... (4) Crescendo PWX 6.5" (2) Crescendo FT1

Sub amp ............... Hifonics BRZ1700.1D................................ (T.B.D.)
Subwoofer ..............(1) Soundqubed HDC3 12
Enclosure ................................................................................ IN PROGRESS

Soundproofing ......................................................................... IN PROGRESS

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