Subwoofer Enclosures, Second Order, Acoustic Suspension
These enclosures are usually the easiest enclosures to build and are the most forgiving of many constuction and design errors.
Other characteristics include a shallow roll off on the low end (12 dB), great low frequency power handling, the best transient responses, and smaller enclosure sizes than most other designs. However, magnet structures will not cool as well as they do in some ported enclosures, and distortion in the upper bass frequencies is more noticable than ported enclosures, but can usually be compensated for by lowering the crossover frequency or using a steeper cut-off filter.
Remember, none of these enclosures are shown to scale. Please refer to your driver's specifications for recommended/optimal enclosure volumes.
• Isobaric - Sealed
• Isobaric - Sealed (Compound Loading)
• Isobaric - Sealed (Back to Back)
• Isobaric - Sealed (Planar Loading)
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