Idea's for Building a Speaker Wall

Idea's for Building a Speaker Wall

- Keep the subs as far to the passengers side as possible, stacked, with roughly equal path lengths to the mic.
- Make the port as big as possible, reducing the size slowly to find the sweet spot, then build back slowly to see if there's anymore gains. Make sure its furthest to the drivers side.
- Make the rear wall movable so I can find the sweet spot for volume.
- Smooth is loud, so delete the corners and have no rough/squared edges.
- Brace using all-thread inside pipes for smooth flow.
- Seal the cabin around the wall so there's no leaks.
- Use PVC pipe on your port to round it off.
- Make the face detachable so that you can swap it out with different size port and etc.
- You can peak out the port @ xx.x volume and record everything. Then change volume and retune the port, see if you can peak it out a little higher. etc.
- Make it STRONG. External bracing will really work wonders.
- Flare the baffle behind the sub, let the pressure out
- Rounded & strong ports are loud ports.
- Seal the cabin from the back as best you can.
- Power power power, can't have enough earthing or power delivery.
- Recess the subs if possible into the baffle. (used to be called The Euro Trick).
- Fibreglass resin is good.
- Liquid Nails + Duct tape is good for fiddly corners.