The main reason I got into doing custom designs was the amount of pre-fab boxes being used by people I knew.
Most of these boxes are too small and tuned too high for any woofer to sound good in.
If you want something different, feel free to go to the "Need a Custom Design? I follow the "common chamber" and "common port" philosophy, meaning one chamber for all of the subs and a single, large port.
This has been proven to be more efficient (louder), and takes up less space than going with a chamber and port for every subwoofer.
Don't be fooled by those high tuned boxes with small ports; they're definitely not what you want if you actually enjoy listening to music of any kind.
After getting some good experience under my belt with my own boxes, I went out and offered my services to other people in an effort to give them something that a pre-fab box can't: solid output across the entire bandwidth that the sub will be playing.
And with a common chamber, you can use about 10-15% less box volume per woofer, which cuts down on space as well.
Whether it's for a single 10" woofer or a pair of 18'" subs, I put a lot of work into my boxes to ensure they are accurately made and give a good blend of sound quality and spl.I thoroughly enjoy helping others with their audio needs, and I believe that it shows with how I treat my customers and the amount of effort I put into my boxes.I design all of my boxes with the purpose of giving you a well-rounded box.Using the correct materials for your enclosure will make it sturdier, sound better, and most importantly, give it a clean, professional look.Ciao, mi chiamo Paolo e questi sono i miei siti cam sesso preferiti.Within the port itself, I will throw in a 45* piece in the corner(s) in order to keep the port width the same at the turn in the port.