Looking for advice if anyone here knows much about how changes in box geometry or volume affect the response.
Reason I ask, I'm thinking of building something like these Dennis Murphy CAWO1 (still looking at others though) at http://murphyblaster.com/content.php?f=CAOW1.html,
and he gives the crossover design and box dimensions, but also says a box 4" taller (allows more room to fit the crossover) is OK.
I'm thinking of modifying the box plans a bit, with sloped/curved sides.
Do the height-width-length dimension matter individually, or is it just the total volume that matters? That increase of 4" in height increases the volume by 36%, so is it correct to say you can increase the volume of a baseline design by that much in general, and not have it affect the response?