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Gonna get another box made what port frequency do recommend for Rap/Hip hop/dance/edm/electronic/r & b music?

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Default Re: What tuning do ya recommend for Rap/Hip hop/dance/edm/electronic/ r&b music?

the music genre doesnt matter. signal is signal. recreating it accurately is recreating it accurately.

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the music genre doesnt matter. signal is signal. recreating it accurately is recreating it accurately.
So what do you recommend?
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Default Re: What tuning do ya recommend for Rap/Hip hop/dance/edm/electronic/ r&b music?

Actually look up one of the house curves. There are several on this site. These are general tunes for tuning. Doesn't matter what kind of music.

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Default Re: What tuning do ya recommend for Rap/Hip hop/dance/edm/electronic/ r&b music?

For rap and hip hop, I usually tune it to mute.

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So what do you recommend?
What Skizer is trying to tell you, Whatever box you make, make sure its correct box for the specific sub, signal is signal, tuning is tuning. it will make things easier if everything is correct.

I have 2 tunes, one when i want to listen to SQ and pure sq, the other one is happy SQ, thats when i want it loud, clean, accurate, and for my enjoyment only.

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What Skizer is trying to tell you, Whatever box you make, make sure its correct box for the specific sub, signal is signal, tuning is tuning. it will make things easier if everything is correct.

I have 2 tunes, one when i want to listen to SQ and pure sq, the other one is happy SQ, thats when i want it loud, clean, accurate, and for my enjoyment only.
What i meant is what should i tune the port frequency for the new box?
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What sub?

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There's no particular frequency you should target for Hip-Hop. What you want is a flat response from the cab anyway regardless of roll-off point which will only exist within a set box size. Parametric EQ cuts can then be applied once in the car. The fact that you're going with ported to begin with will have a major advantage over sealed with that genre. That said, anything from 30-39hz would be fine.

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Default Re: What tuning do ya recommend for Rap/Hip hop/dance/edm/electronic/ r&b music?

You're kind of missing everyone's point. There is no recommended frequency.

In addition, without knowing what subwoofer you are planning to use and how much space you have in your trunk for an enclosure, you may as well be asking what the tire you should use, but not telling us if it is for a car, SUV, truck, bicycle etc.

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You're kind of missing everyone's point. There is no recommended frequency.

In addition, without knowing what subwoofer you are planning to use and how much space you have in your trunk for an enclosure, you may as well be asking what the tire you should use, but not telling us if it is for a car, SUV, truck, bicycle etc.

I have a 05 ford f350 crew cab and i have two of the brutal sounds 10" minibrutes going in a 2.5 cu ft net box behind the rear seat
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Can't tune for a favorite genre, could tune for a favorite track or cd if it sounds like crap sometimes. But then the rest will not be ideal.

Some head units have EQ settings for genres, but I've never liked any, Rock EQ seems the only one that makes all music sound better to me any way, (the iPod phone playback)
Car head units? I have not found one preset that I can say is better than flat EQ?

The music already has unrealistic non musical bass to begin with and the original bass response tuned may disappoint the bass heads.

All you can do is have good Dynamat, good components that can play loud and clear, and all the installation basics.

At the end of the day, it should sound good to you, not to everyone else., and tuning for it, most likely will destroy the rest of the music types available.
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Can't tune for a favorite genre, could tune for a favorite track or cd if it sounds like crap sometimes. But then the rest will not be ideal.

Some head units have EQ settings for genres, but I've never liked any, Rock EQ seems the only one that makes all music sound better to me any way, (the iPod phone playback)
Car head units? I have not found one preset that I can say is better than flat EQ?

The music already has unrealistic non musical bass to begin with and the original bass response tuned may disappoint the bass heads.

All you can do is have good Dynamat, good components that can play loud and clear, and all the installation basics.

At the end of the day, it should sound good to you, not to everyone else., and tuning for it, most likely will destroy the rest of the music types available.
I meant what port frequency should i set the new box to?
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I meant what port frequency should i set the new box to?
30 HZ is the number you want. The Fs of that woofer is 29.6 and if you are listening to EDM, you want as low a tuning frequency as possible without going below Fs, so 30 HZ is where I would tune it. One 4 " port that is 12" long and you are golden. If you want two ports, go 3" and make them 15" long.
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30 HZ is the number you want. The Fs of that woofer is 29.6 and if you are listening to EDM, you want as low a tuning frequency as possible without going below Fs, so 30 HZ is where I would tune it. One 4 " port that is 12" long and you are golden. If you want two ports, go 3" and make them 15" long.
It would be one port on the side of the box firing to the side
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If you are doing a truck style wedge box with a single port, I would likely do a slot port instead of round as it will be easier. A single 4" port is approximately 12.5 in^2, so make your slot port 12.5 in^2 and 12" long.
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