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Xsl100p5w Thiele-Small parameters

Looking for the parameters so i can build a sealed enclosure for 2 subs, or the dimensions for a box.

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Sealed box and somewhat large if they are 12's I usually try to get 3 cubic feet overall internal dimensions and generally the inside dimensions will be 13" tall 32" wide and 13"-14" inches deep. with no divider and make sure the box is sealed. Personally I like to phase the speakers backwards. Gives the bass a little more rumble.

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Any type BOX will do...This ensures all the thump to be pushed forward to give all the sound from the speaker forward....enjoy. Alow enough room to get you hand in to wire easy and you should be good.

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I'm building a ported box for a single jl6w3. I've ran the specs and come up with 1.5"x12" aero port. That seems small with lots of port noise to me. Anyone have any experience with these guys??


you can verify that the ported enclosure is properly vented by imputting the thiele-small parameters of the driver, as well as the cabinet specs, into a freeware program called hornresp.

Apr 29, 2016 | Car Audio & Video

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Hi i have a 15"w3-d4 jl audio sub,can anyone tell me what size antype box i should use ie sealed or ported and the box dimensions


Hi,
I've had a look at the JLaudio website and they recommend 2 box designs, a ported and a sealed.
The sealed box needs a volume of:
2.125 ft3 or 60.2 litres.
To get this you would need to build the box to these dimensions:
22" x 16" x 14.75" or 559mm x 406mm x 375mm
The ported box needs a volume of:
3.50 ft3 or 99.1 litres.
To get this you would need to build the box to these dimensions:
24" x 19" x 18" or 610mm x 483mm x 457mm.
The port needs to be:
3.0" x 10.9" or 76mm x 277mm.
The enclosure recommendations listed above are external dimensions which assume the use of 3/4" (19mm) thick material. If you are using 5/8" (16mm) thick material, subtract 1/4" (6.5mm) from each dimension. Do not use any material with a thickness of less than 5/8" (16mm) as this may compromise the rigidity of the enclosure.
• All enclosure volumes listed above are net internal volumes! Driver displacement, port displacement and brace displacement must be added to obtain the final gross internal volume. All enclosure dimensions above have already taken this into acount.
• When using two subwoofers in a common enclosure simply double the required volume and, in the case of a ported enclosure, use two times the recommended port(s). Likewise, when using three subwoofers in a common enclosure simply triple the required volume and, in the case of a ported enclosure, use three times the recommended port(s).
• We recommend the use of this speaker in a bi-amplified system using high-quality satellite speakers and a high-quality amplifier. We do not recommend the use of this subwoofer with a passive crossover (coil), as this type of device will adversely affect performance.
As you can see it all depends on the space you have available, whilst the vented box will give you a more efficient bass responce especially with the low range frequencies.

If you to go and look at the information about your sub woofer and find out all the information about building or buying the correct enclosure then this is the link to the pdf file I found:
The enclosure info is on page 3:
JL AUDIO 15W3 Tech Specs and box info.
Warm regards
Mike

Oct 12, 2010 | Jl Audio 15W3-D4 Car Subwoofer

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Trying to put ported reccomended subs in sealed box.


Well, 1.6 cubic foot for a 15 is not nearly enough. A ported box for 1 15 should be in atleast 3 cubes by itself. I suggest building a new box yourself or getting someone else to do it for you. If factory specs on those subs is no larger than 3 cubes per sub then I'd get the box built to 3 cubes per sub after all displacement and tune it in the upper 30's range. Putting big subs like that in a small sealed enclosure can and will damage a sub. and if you try to port an enclosure that is too small to begin with that will also hurt the woofer. Do it right or learn the hard way.

May 26, 2010 | Kole audio KMX-15 Car Subwoofer

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MA audio HK 12 competetion subwoofer, the 1500 rms one, what is the ''Fs'' on that thing? There website doesn't tell me. Any guesses if you can't find the answer?


Fs is a thiele-small parameter, meaning resonance. You can use these parameters to simulate the woofer's bass response in different boxes etc.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thiele/Small

Jan 21, 2010 | MA Audio HK12X2 Car Subwoofer

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Box for sub open or not ? and how liter ?


Look on page 2 under Thiele/Small parameters. Recommended 'Sealed' Box net volume 28 liter ( 1.0 cu. ft. )
http://www.docs.sony.com/release/XSL1230_es.pdf

Nov 02, 2009 | Sony XS-L1230 Car Speaker

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Building a box, need to know best dimensions for box and port


Hello dirt_digger6,

The specific sub you are asking about would seem to be the TS-302F which is the only 12" 800W Pioneer I have located.

Directly from Pioneer's support knowledgebase:
TS-W302F = Ported: 2.5 Cu.Ft. F3 = 39HzPort: 4  x 6.5 tuned @ 37 Hz with 12 % port noise.

An enclosure 16X18X21, constructed from 3/4" MDF will yield 2.69 Cu.Ft., allowing .19 Cu.Ft. displacement for the sub and port.
There's an excellent "box calculator" located here on the12v.com web site. You can measure the space you have to put the box and fiddle with the dimensions to get close to your ideal volume. There are also calculators on the12v.com which will allow you to calculate a port length based on port diameter (or width/height), enclosure volume, and desired tuning frequency.

Hope this helps.

May 07, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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The best bass in this case


HERE is the owners manual for your sub.

If looking for LOUD, ported enclosure is the way to go.

If looking for accuracy, build sealed.

You dont have enough depth for an isobaric setup.

using the maximum dimensions given, 8x13x41, the volume of the biggest enclosure you could make (assuming 3/4" MDF material) is 1.7cu ft.

To tune this 1.7cuft box around 50Hz, you need (1) 4" round port 5" long.

MTX recommends an enclosure of 2cuFt ea. You will only be able to use 1 subwoofer in this application.

Even a sealed enclosure is recommended 1.25cuFt.

You can shove 2 in the vented enclosure, but you may not be happy with the outcome.

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Jan 27, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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Dimension please for enclosure 12w3v2-d2


Typically you use one cubic foot per sub, so a 2 cubic foot box will work fine. To build a basic one, just a rectangular box, using 3/4" MDF (excellent material for a box), cut pieces this way:

2 - 25.5" x 13.5"
2 - 25.5" x 12"
2 - 12" x 12"

This will give you an interior volume of exactly 2 cubic feet. Cut your sub holes out of one of the 25.5" x 13.5" pieces.

Sep 24, 2008 | Jl Audio 12W3v2-D2 Car Subwoofer

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Theile/small parameters


I believe this is the site you want; http://www.thielesmall.com/ they have lots of t/s info they only have data for a kfc-w2500, but you can post your request and i believe you have a better chance there this forum; http://www.decware.com/forums/General/posts/3736.html talks about a 0.8 cubic foot sealed enclosure if that helps you out at all. Hope it helps - please ask again if not - there are more sites. :)

Apr 14, 2007 | Kenwood KFC-W3003 Car Subwoofer

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Enclosure type


Sealed box and somewhat large if they are 12's I usually try to get 3 cubic feet overall internal dimensions and generally the inside dimensions will be 13" tall 32" wide and 13"-14" inches deep. with no divider and make sure the box is sealed. Personally I like to phase the speakers backwards. Gives the bass a little more rumble.

Jan 05, 2007 | Sony XS-L1200B Car Subwoofer

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