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Purvis11
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To be ported, or not to be ported
11/24/05 at 18:57:50
 
I was wondering if porting my box would be an alright idea, a bad idea or a good idea.  I was thinking about porting the sealed section.  What do you think?  Please post your response on the pros and cons of this idea and what your opinion is.

Thanks for your views

Purvis
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60ndown
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Re: To be ported, or not to be ported
Reply #1 - 11/24/05 at 21:44:13
 
it will probably be a bit louder but with less quality.
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gexter
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Re: To be ported, or not to be ported
Reply #2 - 11/25/05 at 04:20:27
 
I have heard of people porting it and getting more SPL. I can't imagine it having better sound quality IMHO
I have the same opinion as 60. but thats what it is just an opinion until I find out for myself.

how your porting it, where you are porting it, how it may create problems with the mouth Etc Etc. these are some of the factors.

If it is your first one, build it right then play with it by porting it, use a program to get close.

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djman37
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Reply #3 - 11/30/05 at 15:24:48
 
search..it's in here.  db don was very successful.  I hear it is for SPL ONLY though.
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J_Rock
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Reply #4 - 12/01/05 at 05:47:35
 
You guys have no idea how hard it was for me to find this, but first Pics:






here the dude talks about it:

http://p080.ezboard.com/fcaraudioforum87927frm8.showMessage?topicID=280.topic



and heres the thread we get into it:

http://www.decware.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Wicked;action=display;num=112...
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