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A symmetrically loaded bandpass enclosure is designed to pass the entire output of an enclosure through a vent smaller than the surface area of a speaker. The main advantage of a bandpass enclosure is to allow significant output through a small opening. The purpose of an enclosure is to improve bass response and prevent woofer damage from over-excursion. The air inside the enclosure works as an air spring to control cone movement. This type of enclosure is more complicated to construct. Sealed enclosures are usually used when you want loud music reproduction with very good cone control. You must make sure that your amplifier does not produce more power than the woofers is rated to handle in this size of enclosure. A large ported enclosure can have substantially more output but at the cost of accurate sound quality. They are usually built within a range of internal volume specified from the manufacturer. This is why smaller ported enclosures handle less power than larger ported ones. When mounting woofers in an infinite baffle configuration, you must have a woofer that is capable of operating in an infinite baffle or ported enclosure. An infinite baffle is not necessarily an enclosure. First and most important is the area and length are very critical for proper tuning. They will also take up more space in the vehicle since they require more air volume. The woofer is mounted inside of a two chamber enclosure in the divider between them. You want a ported enclosure to play as low and loud as possible but the louder and lower you want it to play, the more space it will require. There are a few things you will need to consider before making your final selection that will ultimately affect your choice in subwoofer enclosure style. Small vent areas have shorter lengths but increase airspeed and can have port noise. They can also be tuned to provide increased output in a narrow band of frequencies. Sealed enclosures can have large or small internal volumes with no ports or vents in the enclosure. This means they will limit the lower frequencies the enclosure can produce twice as fast as a sealed enclosure. With proper tuning you will have incredible output from the enclosure with maximum protection of the speaker. You also have to make sure you have properly isolated the front and rear pressure waves with the baffle or you will have limited output and bass response. One of the chambers is vented to the outside environment. For example, if you increase the port area to eliminate port noise, you must also increase the length of the port to keep the tuning to the same frequency. The ported side tunes the upper frequency response and output level.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This is very rarely discussed but is very noticeable with large ported enclosures. As with anything, there are both good and bad things to consider. Bending the vent will also restrict the airflow and will slightly detune the enclosure. To achieve the most output, you will need a very large ported enclosure. They do not have an enclosure that will change the way the woofer naturally sounds. That is why it is important to have an amplifier which has a subsonic filter to eliminate any damaging frequencies reaching the subwoofer. This will have a softening effect on the bass. An ideal infinite baffle mounting can be a challenge due to the potential difficulty of sealing off the front and rear of the baffle. That is why it is best to use a woofer specifically designed for this type of mounting configuration. Infinite baffle mounting does limit the total output of the woofer and its power handling. Also, you must keep the vents away from other surfaces. Here are some of the key points you will need to consider:. Sealed enclosures are one of the most popular box designs for someone that is looking for very accurate sound reproduction. Infinite baffle mounting is often considered the best overall sounding of all the examples we are going to talk about. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If you want to visit a local KICKER dealer in your area, we recommend calling ahead to confirm store hours and availability. High power levels below the tuning frequency will overdrive the cone movement and damage the speaker. Multiple vents can be used if the total area is equal to the specified design. The size of the sealed chamber will affect the low frequency response. Any areas not sealed between the front and rear of the baffle will decrease the amount of bass. The woofer will handle a large amount of power because the enclosure will limit the cone movement at the lower frequencies which could damage the speaker. Another example of infinite baffle is how speakers are mounted in the rear package trays of most sedans. The speakers have no enclosure and the speakers are mounted facing up in the package tray. One of the key ways to control cone movement below tuning frequency is to use a subsonic, or infrasonic filter just like we recommend for infinite baffle. The advantage of the ported enclosure is it can play louder before the lower bass starts to roll off. They do share a lot of the traits of both sealed and ported enclosures. Ported enclosures are often much larger than the sealed enclosures to get them to produce very low bass frequencies. These genres of music usually have a good amount of drums in the recording and do not have a lot of very deep bass information in the recordings. When tuning a ported enclosure, you must make sure that you have the proper volume of airspace, the correct port area, and port length. They can reproduce low bass response that is very smooth and natural sounding. A bandpass enclosure uses both a sealed and a ported chamber. Smaller ported boxes cannot be tuned as low as larger ported enclosures. Clear as mud? It can be tuned to specific frequencies which allow added output around the tuning frequency. This means that below the tuning frequency of the enclosure, the driver will perform as if it was in an infinite baffle. This can be an advantage when extreme output levels are desired or if you are wanting to maximize the output of a subwoofer with a smaller power amplifier. Ha ha. They will not have as much of the punch as a smaller sealed enclosure but will play lower bass overall. When it comes to selecting an enclosure type to get the best sound from your woofer and matching it to your taste in music, it can be a little confusing. The vent shape is not as critical as the total area of the vent. The length of the port is also an important factor and relates directly to port area. A Bass reflex enclosure also referred as ported or vented enclosure has a port or vent that will increase output at certain frequencies. For deeper bass it will require more airspace, thus a larger box. Just remember the vent must allow air to flow freely without obstruction from either end. Ported boxes have another set of challenges. For example, small sealed boxes are often designed for the older rock, hard rock, or speed metal. This will take up more space in the vehicle. Please use proper safety equipment and procedures when using power equipment. Violet - large sealed enclosure Green - small sealed enclosure. Many vehicles have subwoofers mounted in the rear package tray infinite baffle right next to the full range speakers. Venting rules: When you use ports, you there are a few things to remember. This can be a flat board with the woofers mounted to it and then attached to back of the seat of a sedan. A larger ported box will have more group delay because of the size of the enclosure and its design. A straight vent is better than a vent that has to be bent or folded to fit into enclosure. You will need to make sure that you seal the mounting baffle as good as possible to the vehicle so that the sound waves from the rear of the speaker cannot reach the front of the speaker to cause cancellation. The next sections will outline the most popular types of enclosures to help you make a selection that is right for your listening tastes. This is a smooth gradual roll off that gives them a very good response curve and will not have an excessive peaks in output at certain frequencies. This type of enclosure is usually used when you are trying to reproduce music very accurately at a moderate volume. Now it is a balancing act between size, sound, and power handling. Once you have determined the above conditions, you will then be able to make a choice that will get the best bass response. Glad you understand. The other trait of ported enclosures is they have no control of the driver movement, called excursion, below the tuning frequency. The internal volume will vary depending on the type of sound you are trying to achieve. The following information is available for you to use at your leisure. This noise can be reduced and is some cases eliminated by rounding or flaring the ends of the ports but in extremely small ports, the noise is unavoidable. The vent will combine the rear side of the woofers output to the front output of the speaker. Now you have another challenge. Changing either one will greatly affect sound quality, performance, and durability of the speaker. It can be round, square, triangle, rectangle, or any other shape as long as the total area is equivalent to what is required for that enclosure. An adjustable subsonic filter is necessary to maximize your output and protect your speaker. Remember that bass can travel through anything that is not solid such as the rear seat foam and even other speakers that are mounted near the woofers. One way to see if this is happening is to hold your hand or something over the port opening when playing at high power to see if the noise stops. Longer vents tune the enclosure to lower frequencies but require more airspace in the enclosure to compensate for their displacement. Ported enclosures are very popular because they can dramatically increase the output at specific lower frequencies.