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Date: September 04, 2017 at 17:30:31
From: docninety, [107.123.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch]
Subject: Ported Box Design for Dayton Audio RSS315HO-44 12" Driver


Hello fellow bassheads,

I stumbled across a youtuber's DIY Box build (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3LQhv0Ok8g&lc=z13vixmpfzvlglghd04cfdcapyyxhhbwbes.1504503812291291) which happens to run on Dayton Audio RSS315HO-44 12" Drivers and I am very interested in building my own, too. Unfortunately I am rather new to the technical aspect of subs and the guy who posted that video didn't release useful building plans. Additionally, a comment said:
1) No internal enclosure bracing
2) Square bend in the port causing massive turbulence 3) Port too long for this driver
4) Enclosure too big for this driver
Bottom line is you're not realizing the full potential of this driver.

I know alot of other viewers are waiting for some plans to build their own, too.

Would anybody in here be so kind as to design a box plan that meets all the required details to bring out the maximum out of that wonderfully cheap, yet powerful driver?

Pleeease :)
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