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    The basic wiring is correct, yes. Whether the...

    The basic wiring is correct, yes.

    Whether the tweeter should be connected in phase or reverse phase depends upon many factors.

    Try it both ways and do what sounds best in your system.
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    That sounds right. The ports aren't going to...

    That sounds right. The ports aren't going to really do their job properly 'til you get all of the other leaks sealed....
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    Yes, of course. It only requires two small holes...

    Yes, of course. It only requires two small holes to do it with some binding posts.

    Some members like to get fancy, tho.... ;)
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    Yes, I would remount the tweeter onto the front...

    Yes, I would remount the tweeter onto the front black face of that subpanel. You may have to make a new one with the proper diameter hole.

    Use foam gasket tape (closed-cell weatherstrip) to make...
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    3.3 cuft, 40 Hz, heavy fill, maybe 20W max. 3...

    3.3 cuft, 40 Hz, heavy fill, maybe 20W max.

    3 x 2" vents, 2" long. :thmbsup:
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    I use the black ABS pipe from Home Depot, and...

    I use the black ABS pipe from Home Depot, and imagine its "Cell-Core" construction has less resonance.

    Hole saw gets me the right OD in the baffle, and masking tape wrap allows me to try...
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    Heavy fill is more like 2/3 full. You taper...

    Heavy fill is more like 2/3 full.

    You taper it a couple of inches back from the ends of the ducts at the bottom, is all. Restrain it with some open plastic mesh, if you have to.... :yes:
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    You make a manifold that installs over the...

    You make a manifold that installs over the rectangular port from the inside.

    Tune D123 in 2.3 cuft to 40 Hz using three 2" vents 5" long.

    Install heavy fill for F10 = 36 Hz and an actual...
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