Originally Posted by Scott Simonian
4cuft is the smallest rec.
6-8cuft is better.
More than than does not net much extra performance.
Those numbers are likely accurate but we're discussing a driver that hasn't been sold in almost (over?) two years. But if you go up to 6-8 cu.ft., you better be at rated power. And in all the systems I ever read about people building, it was always 4 cu.ft. for one and 8 cu.ft. for a dual-opposed pair. Who built an HT18 enclosure at 6-8 cu.ft. for a single driver? I'm sure you'd get a little more low-end extension but you'd have to watch the power so overall output would be a little lower than the standard 4 cu.ft.
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