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  1. ohfourzee
    08-26-2016 - permalink
    ohfourzee
    hey man looking for some speakers rings if you can make some? I need them for a pair of aurasound whisper 2"..let me know
  2. devin7000
    01-20-2012 - permalink
    devin7000
    Hey,
    Sorry to bother you, but I saw a thread here about soundstream amp repair. It had a guy on there named wade Stewart, an old soundstream designer who goes by ace596. I noticed you on his friend list, do you know if he is still around? If not do you recommend anyone for my repairs? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks! Devin
  3. 6spdcoupe
    07-23-2009 - permalink
    6spdcoupe
    Hey Joe,

    No sir, its a clients car. I will see if I have more pics laying around on the puter somewhere ...
  4. Guy
    07-18-2008 - permalink
    Guy
    Ha! I think i finally figgered out how to respond to the friend request!
  5. GlasSman
    05-08-2008 - permalink
    GlasSman
    I modeled it in WinISD. I believe I was looking at 50 HZ to 150 HZ which is where I run my midbass in the front doors. I forget how many ports or the size but your calculations seem correct.

    Porting your IDQ8's in that manner will certainly give you nice results I wouldn't want THAT much midbass in the BACK of the car. It works much better up front.

    Go to the ID forum and ask Eric or Matt since they obviously have more experience porting this driver. I've only modeled in the ported config. I've ran them sealed around .25 cu ft with around 350 watts of power each and they keep up with every setup I've had.

    Joe
  6. mitchyz250f
    05-08-2008 - permalink
    mitchyz250f
    I read your post on your ported IDQ8 on the 'ported midbass' thread and have a few questions.

    When you wrote "When I put my IDQ8 DVC in a .25 cu ft box ported tuned to 40 HZ I get a 9 DB boost over the same size sealed enclosure in midbass frequencies", what specific frequency range are you speaking about? I ran some calculations and it seemed you had one 3" port or two 2" ports approx. 40-45 inches long. Is this correct?


    I am running my IDQ8's IB from 90 to 200 Hz in the rear quarters of my RSX (underneath my rear windows) and have a decent mount of room to do a ported box with tubing. Do you think I would get similar increases in efficiency going ported?

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  • About GlasSman
    Biography
    I'm Italian and I like to cook and play with power tools and love being outside in nature. I'm not a Guido and LOVE METAL and any music thats technically proficient. I also play drums. I'm what Michaengelo had in mind when he coined the term Rennasia
    Location
    CT
    Interests
    Wood working, drums, cars, things that you plug in, Mountain Biking, Home Theater.
    Youtube Channel
    JoeRico
    Do you work in the 12 Volt industry?
    No
    12V Industry - Company Name
    702Customs
    12V Industry - Your Position
    owner/fabricator
  • Signature
    ///Alpine / Soundstream / Image Dynamics / MB Quart / Fountek

    ---Custom fabricated speaker baffles and templates---

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  • Last Activity: 08-15-2017
  • Join Date: 11-14-2006
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