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i have a orion hcca 12.2?
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That's a pretty vague question. Type of music? Power? Vehicle?

At first glance it seems fine, but it all depends
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That's a pretty vague question. Type of music? Power? Vehicle?

At first glance it seems fine, but it all depends
Agreed. Personally I'd go with a smaller box and lower tuning...but I like low end monsters..



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im currently running 2.7 cubes at 34hz. what would 2.8 at 35hz sound like?
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do you have ts specs for that sub? looks good overall but again really genral question. i say try it if it doesn't meet your needs Build a different box.
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im currently running 2.7 cubes at 34hz. what would 2.8 at 35hz sound like?
umm im pretty sure you will NOT notice a difference. .1 cf and going up 1hz isn't gonna do anything.
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lol. Just stick with what you have right now. Making the box .1 cubes bigger and 1 hz higher in tuning wont be very noticable.
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Dammit didnt see your post dustin lol.
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changing it that much prob wont make much of a difference.
my 15 hcca pounds on 6cf @ 32hz with 72in of port.
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the thing is it dosent pick up some bass lines that are to deep like the song late night tip. i need more port area i have 36. something now if i change it to 2.8 at 35 its gonna go up to 47. something...should i do 2.8 at 36 or 38? how would that sound?
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the thing is it dosent pick up some bass lines that are to deep like the song late night tip. i need more port area i have 36. something now if i change it to 2.8 at 35 its gonna go up to 47. something...should i do 2.8 at 36 or 38? how would that sound?
That song has really low bass lines...Try tuning to 30Hz to pick them up.

Tuning higher will make it worse.



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so how come people say its louder when you tune it higher? how would i get a wide port and more port area?
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so how come people say its louder when you tune it higher? how would i get a wide port and more port area?
Theres a balance between bandwidth and gain.

If you decrease the bandwidth the gain typically increases.

Tuning higher decreases the bandwidth and increases gain typically.



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i'm going to agree with fallen on this one...
make a new enclosure tuned lower, like in the 32 - 33 area.

if it was my woofer, i would go with a larger enclosure, maybe 3 cubic feet, but nothing more than that
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if i tune it around there will it still get loud and deep and pick all the tones?
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if i tune it around there will it still get loud and deep and pick all the tones?
It'll sound alot better than what it was, thats for sure.

Tune it as low as you can ok.



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cool...how do i get a wide port tho?
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cool...how do i get a wide port tho?
Make it longer.

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