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    Default db804 dual bandpass

    I would like to build a dual bandpass using the Polk db804 speakers. Does anyone know what the chamber volumes and port dimensions would be? I have made the single bandpass before and I like the sound of two of them. So that is why I want to do a dual bandpass.

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    Are you building your own enclosure again?

    If so, below is a link that you might find useful:

    http://www.ajdesigner.com/fl_subwoofer/subwoofer.php
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    This might be a good starting point, it is a dual bandpass enclosure for two MM2084 subwoofers.

    http://www.polkaudio.com/caraudio/su...ments=standard
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