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bassrider20hz 
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       Hey wuts up peoplez i have a subwoofer laying around and i was wondering if it wont hurt my computer if i were to put it next ot the cpu of my computer. the sub is in a ported enclusure the subwoofer can be kept about 10 inches from the cpu. does anyone think it can hurt my cpu. does the metal casing help the cpu at all??? thanks to all who reply
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I really dont percieve it to be a problem at all, 10" sounds reasonable
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The only way I can think a sub would hurt a computer is if the magnet got to close to the monitor, but you will be fine with that setup. I have a 6" sub next to my computer and I have never had a problem.
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It won't hurt the CPU. It can erase the harddrive but only if you like rub the harddrive against the magnet. You should be cool.
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bassrider20hz 
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    thanks everybody who replied i found out that that it doesnt hurt my computer, now im in the process of building the ported box.     one more thing where do you think the besst place is it to put the port at? 

the front corner

the back in the middle

or the back corner            thanks everybody for helping me.

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id say front middle, but thats just me
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Somewhere where it won't be blocked but I don't see it being a HUGE difference for something like a home/comuter setup. In a car yes, but IMO for this probably what ever's most convinent (ie front). Just what I think
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boxmaker thanks for your reply

onw more thing why does it matter in car audio and wich way should the ports be facing??  thanks everybody

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Lots of sound comes through those ports.
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