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Speaker Cabinet Port Tube 1" ID x 4" L Flared
I have a small enclosure housing a 3" full range driver and only have about 4.5" of inside depth; does the specific length greatly affect the sound of can I just work with what I have and cut the port short to get better bass than if I just sealed it?
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Date published: 2015-09-18
Is glueing recommended? If yes, what type of glue do you recommend?
If needed, Gorilla glue works fine.
Date published: 2015-04-01
I intend to buy 6 of these and cut and join them in pairs to make double flared ports. Do you provide joining sleeves, else are you able to point me in the direction of the suitable parts or even the material and schedule of the pipe to source my own?
Unfortunately we do not have any couplings for this type of application and these will not be a standard size for any other pipe couplings. You will either have to glue or tape the two ends together.
Date published: 2015-03-06
What is the diameter of the non-ported end?
The diameter of the non flared end is 31/32" ID.
Date published: 2013-01-01
How would I calculate the length for a flared port? I understand a flared port can be shorter than a non-flared, but by how much?
Flared ports need to be longer then their un-flared cousins. Adding 1/2 the length of the flare section of the port to the non-flared section of port will get you very close to the total port length.As you increase the cross-sectional area of a port you need to make it longer if you want tuning frequency to remain fixed.
Date published: 2014-04-13