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Precision Port 2" Flared Speaker Cabinet Port Tube Kit
When calculating the enclosure volume, should I subtract the volume of the port tube?
Port and driver displacements can be considered in the overall volume of the enclosure. In most cases it is not enough to make any real difference, but it is application specific.
Date published: 2015-02-24
Hello, I plan on using one of these in a single cube enclosure for two Dayton Audio 6 1/2" classic 4 ohm woofers as part of a boombox project and I was wondering, how many inches from the enclosures internal wall should the port be? Thanks!
A general rule of thumb is to keep the opening of the port as far away from walls as it is in diameter, so in this case 2" would be a safe number.
Date published: 2015-01-09
Is there an easy way to put a 90 degree bend in this port? Will it work with PVC fitting sold in stores like Home Depot? Reason being, it will be too close to the rear of the enclosure for the length I need.
I have seen standard PVC elbows used with these ports before but they required a bit of fabricating since they are not a direct fit.
Date published: 2014-10-09
This is dumb but 1st question:how long is this? I just want to be sure before i buy. Im building a 1.5cu ft box and i want it at 33hz. I used the calculator but how long does it need to be one end of a flare to the other end of the other flare
With dual flares the overall length will only need to be 4-1/4".
Date published: 2014-07-15
What type of glue do you recommend to glue the port to MDF?
Gorilla Glue or any two-part epoxy will work well for this application. We generally recommend drilling out the screw holes marked on the back side of the flare mounting flange for the best attachment method.
Date published: 2014-06-12
How short in length can this port be adjusted to?
The shortest this port could be cut to is roughly 3" which is essentially just attaching the two flares together.
Date published: 2013-06-07