Different materials

SystemsSystems Posts: 14,998
edited December 2003 in Custom Fabrication
will different thickness' of mdf in a box affect sq or performance of the sub?

ex.

(2) 1.5" sides <---diff.
(2) 0.75" sides
(2) 0.75" front & back

thanks
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  • JoshJosh Polk Woodpecker Posts: 828
    edited October 2003
    Not at all. As long as the interior dimesions stay the same as to preserve the proper box volume, it will be fine.
  • delvryboydelvryboy Posts: 62
    edited December 2003
    Originally posted by Clueless Wonder
    will different thickness' of mdf in a box affect sq or performance of the sub?

    ex.

    (2) 1.5" sides <---diff.
    (2) 0.75" sides
    (2) 0.75" front & back

    thanks
    it can when you start to get into heavy drivers, lots of power and enourmous enclosures.....flexing can cause some major sq and spl problems....but for the daily driver....3/4 MDF is perfect:D
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