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 Box Design Question

I'm in the process of building a box for 2 15" subwoofers. I was wondering if I should have two separate ports or 1 port for the entire enclosure? Thank you.

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Are you running a single chamber, or dual chambers?

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 RE:

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Are you running a single chamber, or dual chambers?

Dual chamber

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dual ports then, one port per chamber

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Probably too late now, but your best bet is going to be a transmission(labrynth) port...essentially a slot port that extends like 15" into the inside of the box....you can tune them lower and they sound sick trust me. Do it once, and do it up right.

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