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Apr 5, 12:07pm - #145523 
sealed or ported? which is the way to go in a Celica?

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Apr 5, 12:29pm - #145524 
depends on the amount of subs and amp your running


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Apr 5, 12:32pm - #145525 
Bandpass and ported enclosures will give you more SPL, but they sometimes have a "peaky" response that can be hard to tune. Bandpass enclosures also have a boomy sound to them. They take up a lot of space too

Sealed boxes are easier to build and use up less space. They are known for that tight bottom end with no boomieness. Usually produce a much flatter response as well.

Bottom line...if you're lookin' to go "boomin down da block" go with the ported...if you want a nice, tight, response with accurate reproduction of the bass go with a sealed.



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Apr 5, 12:42pm - #145526 
Originally Posted by SILVERCELIGT

Bottom line...if you're lookin' to go "boomin down da block" go with the ported...if you want a nice, tight, response with accurate reproduction of the bass go with a sealed.


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Apr 5, 12:48pm - #145527 
Originally Posted by SwiftCelGTS
Originally Posted by SILVERCELIGT

Bottom line...if you're lookin' to go "boomin down da block" go with the ported...if you want a nice, tight, response with accurate reproduction of the bass go with a sealed.


i want both grin frown
build two boxes, one sub in each.


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Apr 5, 12:59pm - #145528 
i want less rattle cause i can't do dynamat yet

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Apr 5, 1:38pm - #145529 
sealed.

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