Dog Faced Pony Soldier
There isn't any rule stating that a sealed subwoofer is always better than a ported subwoofer or visa versa. The trick is to find a woofer that sounds good.
`CiscoKid said:If I'm wanting to build a subwoofer and am not looking for a very loud sound, just high quality, would going with a sealed subwoofer configuration be better?
Flint said:Use yellow wood glue to hold the MDF joints together. Then, use caulk liberally to plug up any leaks. The, after all of that is dry, use shelkac to seal the porous MDF so it doesn't absorb moisture and expand, rot, or fall apart.