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Ready to get the most from your subwoofer? You’ve come to the right place. Have your next enclosure professionally designed by the Audio Dynamics acoustic engineer.  We’ve made it simple:

 Use our project assessment web app
 Review any follow-up correspondence
 Purchase your enclosure blueprints

A complete design packet will be sent to your e-mail address as a PDF attachment. This includes:

 In-cabin frequency response trace
 System electrical impedance trace
 Placement & orientation instructions
 Detailed measurements & annotations
 3D illustration of the assembly steps
 Recommended amplifier settings


For any additional help, contact us at (573) 756-2049.

A frequency response graph is a visual depiction of the speaker system’s output represented by frequency (in Hz) along the X axis, and magnitude (in dB) along the Y axis.  Shallow curves translate to a consistent relationship between frequency and volume while steep curves translate to certain frequencies being louder than others.

An electrical impedance graph is a visual depiction of the resistive load that the speaker system imparts on the amplifier.  It is represented by frequency (in Hz) along the X axis, and impedance (in Ohms) along the Y axis.  The magnitude of the impedance trace is inversely proportional to the load on the amplifier.

An order will typically be ready within 24 to 48 hours of purchase.  Certain project may call for additional research and modeling time.  If you have any questions about the status of your order, feel free to contact us for an update.  (Please have your project number available.)

Anywhere along a chamber, if at all possible. Avoid obstructing the cross-section of vents, especially when they’re narrow.

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