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Re: Learn something about sub enclosures from a Chevy pickup

Postby 1961TC4ME » Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:21 pm

scottherbert wrote:Either that, or build a separate sub, w/ a separate tube, each tuned to each note of the scale. BRILLIANT!!!
:roll: O.K., I've been working too hard out in the sun today. :oops:

~S


Ha! Ah, the heck with subs! I think I'm just gonna go out, buy a nice sized cathedral with an 85 rank Skinner organ already installed, and just get it over with! :mrgreen:

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Re: Learn something about sub enclosures from a Chevy pickup

Postby murph » Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:31 pm

Conn pipes would be a similar one pipe for every note speaker.
Somewhat similarly, Bose have/had a long tube speaker (about 10' long x 10" diameter), the "Acoustic wave cannon". The driver was positioned about 1/3 of the way down the tube (I think the golden ratio applies here.....). This might be worth playing with...............
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Re: Learn something about sub enclosures from a Chevy pickup

Postby scottherbert » Mon Aug 14, 2017 8:23 pm

Here's a new question on this old subject. If the Tuba HT is low, but slow, due to being a long folded horn, would something like the Teres still be fast and low since it has a small box and a large resonator?

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