I think you'd do even better if your enclosure was not a cube. A perfect cube is the worst possible design because the sub is placed in the center, and is equi-distant to all sides of the enclosure.This causes standing waves to occur at the enclosures resonant freq,and will cause some freq's to be as much as 180 deg out of phase. As you probably know, 180 deg of phase shift means little to no bass.Originally posted by troniclow
With my current setup in my car I hit 138 in the outlaw class not bad for less then 800 dollars in equipment and i even took first place in my class. Not bad at all considering some of the guys who were hitting 140-145 had like two grand in there stuff I have pics of my stereo in my profile feel free to ask any questions if you want.
All i have to say is where and who much?>????? dayum i want one tooo.....:??:Originally posted by drosen145
well, most of us get the readings done at a shop where they usually have an older audiocontrol meter, which is not accurate at all. then there is the linear X, which was the most accurate and hardest meter out there until the new termpro came out. the new termpro is a great mic, consistant to the max, and consistant.
and yes, some of us have built in mics in our cars, I drive with an audiocontrol epic160 that has an epicenter built in, as well as a voltmeter and a spl mic that will read up to 160 db's, and mine is calibrated to the new termpro, so I know what I will hit on the termpro any second of any day, it's great. not to many people out there have a built in mic, great conversation piece.