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    Posted: 16 July 2017 at 11:24pm
Hi All Was Wondering If A Single Bandpass Enclosure Would Produce More Spl Than A Single Front or Rear Loaded Horn Like The Rino or Pd186 Horn

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Yes. No.

There are too many variables for anyone to give you a definitive, generalised answer
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 July 2017 at 12:49am
as above yes and no, at what frequencys, over a broad frequency band ect.. to many variables.
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Hi frequency would be 80 to 90hz
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Building a box to cover 80-90 Hz is literally building a box to reproduce 2 notes...

Your x-over slopes would overlap so much you'd lose about 4dB output as well
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The OP wrote "high frequency would be 80 to 90Hz" which is not a frequency range of 80-90Hz, it's a range that runs from whatever his required bottom end is to 80~90Hz; so (say) a bottom end of 30Hz with a top of 90Hz would be a range of an octave and a half, and from 40-80Hz would be an octave.

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Good point well made...

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i also read it as "Hi, frequency would be 80 to 90hz" same as the OP
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Sorry for the mixup guys when i said 80 to 90hz i ment the crossover point for the subs not to build a box that only covers 80 to 90 hz
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To get an answer to your question we also need the LF cut-off you're planning
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cut off point would be around 30hz
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