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    2242 volume displacement

    Does anyone here have the volume displacement for front loading these drivers or can point me to them?
    Always fun learning more.......

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    JBL says "Volume displaced by driver 9 L (0.32 ft3)"

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    Fast work, Tom. Copy the URL to your post and I'll pull mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Loizeaux
    Mine came from a printed copy of the 2242H spec sheet...from JBL.
    I had a hunch.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Loizeaux
    Do you mean that forum members won't trust me?
    No! I do not mean that!

    I just thought to cover both the information asked and the 'steering' part, so he'd have more information if he wanted it and to give other readers the idea of looking at JBL Pro for information on current product.

    (I think we also have it in our library).

    And I thought we'd just eliminate the duplication and clean up the thread. But---what the hell.

    David

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    Thanks very much guys. I also labeled the thread so others could "search" for it as well.

    Edit: I also found out why I could not find it on JBL Pro site. The menu on the left would not come up when I was there earlier
    Always fun learning more.......

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    That presumes what baffle thickness?

    Zero, apparently.

    Point being, it ain't a "hard" number....

    BB6P says:

    0.365 cuft. rear mounted
    0.318 cuft. on 0" baffle
    0.221 cuft. on 3/4" baffle
    0.189 cuft. on 1" baffle

    At some baffle thickness, it actually begins adding volume.

    Yup, 2.47" thick baffle....

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    And -
    None of it matters once you put fiberglass in the box.
    How many times have I posted that one

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