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Should you still stuff a vented speaker box?

Asked by Jeremycw1 (1367points) April 13th, 2011

I am building a vented subwoofer box for a Kicker Pro Comp 10”. I was wondering if filling the vented box with insulation would help the sound any, or if it defeats the purpose of a vented box. Thanks!

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KateTheGreat's avatar

That would definitely defeat the purpose of the vents.

woodcutter's avatar

I think the sound insul. is for sealed speakers to eliminate standing waves. Maybe you can try it to see if there is improvement or not.

Cruiser's avatar

I would not hesitate to “line” the speaker box but I would not fill as that would restrict air movement!

jerv's avatar

Filling it would muffle/deaden the sound. Don’t do it!

blueiiznh's avatar

No insulation. It will hamper the quality of the output. The Dimensions of the enclose based on the Kicker Pro Comp 10”. also have a huge play in the sound quality. But NO insulation!

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