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    Question Sub/2245

    Now, i want build two 8 cuft Enclosures for my pair of 2245h.

    Who've build this Sub from Audio/83?
    Is the Stiffting enough ?
    Tubelenght?
    http://www.lansingheritage.org/image...subs/page5.jpg
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    I've only built the 12 foot subs from that same article. Awesome! I'm sure the 8 foot (B460) is killer also.

    I can tell you that I used round ports for my first pair and square ports for the second and could not hear a difference or any wind noise either way.

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    By the way, if you need a JBL badge for the grille of your new sub, check out the JBL Pro site. They sell lapel pins for $1.95 each that are very similar in size to the badges on the Ti and L series (a little smaller). But, the are gloss black with chrome lettering and have the JBL logo with the word "Professional" under it. I got four of them and think they're really great looking. I dig the "JBL Pro" thing.

    While your at it check out the tee shirts. White for $5.00 and black for $7.00!! Get one of each!

    Sorry for the off-topic rambling. I get excited about good deals!

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    Thanks for Tips
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    Is it better when the 8cubic Enclosure includes three 4inch Tubes, like the original B460?
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    No. Those ports were exposed and small by design to keep cats out. Use as few ports as possible. One big one is "better" than three smaller ones. I often use dual 6" ID ports for subs.

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