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What Makes A Good Loaded Subwoofer Enclosure
A good subwoofer enclosure or the commonly known speaker
box should emit hard and deep bass. The enclosures normally
come hand In hand with subwoofers that best complement
them. For maximum performance of a woofer, there is a need for
a strong enclosure. A loaded speaker box brings about powerful
bass mainly because it merges sounds from two the extreme ends
of the subwoofer, that is, the front and back. These two ends of
a woofer produce sounds of different frequencies and without
an enclosure, higher frequency sound can nullify low frequency
causing a very weak bass. This is a consumers’ guide on
loaded subwoofer enclosures
Types Of Enclosures
These types of boxes give out very accurate and deep bass. The
fact that the enclosures are airtight, they handle the power
excellently and a great amplifier of adequate watts is required.
Some music tracks demand precise and tight bass and a sealed
enclosure is ideal for such kind of music.
Ported enclosures emit a forced bass. They do this by
reinforcing low bass through a port. This enclosure is more
powerful than the sealed one at whatever wattage. Some of the
music that do best in this kind of an enclosure include the hard
rock and heavy metal music. Ported enclosures need to be bigger
than the sealed enclosures for optimum performances; the larger
the box, the deeper the bass.
For optimal slam, consider this type of an enclosure. A band
pass box is just a unique ported enclosure with double
chambers. The enclosure has both the sealed and the ported
boxes. The sound emanates from the ported chamber and comes
in low frequencies. The bandpass enclosure is superaggressive
and ideal for hard rock, rap, and reggae music. Nevertheless,
there are some types of subwoofers that are totally
incompatible with bandpass enclosures and so it’s good to
make some consultations from the supplier or an electrician