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    Lightbulb t-line

    hi all i have heard that car t-lines are very acurate so i like to build one :) i got a plan.....
    but i have no idea how to calculate it hz tuned too ??
    all help will be good :)
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    c'mon guys :(
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    never seen one in a car...
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    At the risk of exposing my ignorance - wtf is a t-line?
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    I believe he is talking about a transmission line which would be to big for a car if you are going to use multiple sub, It might even be to big if you are going to use a single sub.
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    transmission line enclosures were made famous by Fried Products, a high end speaker builder not too far from me. there speakers are amazing, and very expensive. i talked to dr. fried years ago and he was a very down to earth guy. he passed away a couple years ago, but the Fried speakers are still top notch! check them out below.

    http://www.friedproducts.com/reference.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeinaroom View Post
    I believe he is talking about a transmission line which would be to big for a car if you are going to use multiple sub, It might even be to big if you are going to use a single sub.
    My thoughts exactly.
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