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Clipping Signals

What is Clipping? The term “clipping signal” refers to the flat shape of a signal waveform when the amplitude (height) of the wave passes the peak voltage. The power output is much greater...

Amplifier Wiring and Setting the Gain Level

This guide will help you through wiring and setting gain levels on your car audio amp. Using the instructions below, you should be able to get the most from your system while...

Amp Setup Instructions

Set up your car audio amp for great performance Avoiding harmful clipping signals by following these easy instructions: 1. Set LPF to 1-2 O'clock2. Set Subsonic to 10-11 O'clock3. Set master/slave switch to “Master”4....

Box Size and Tuning

Getting high performance from your SoundQubed subwoofers depends largely on the box size and tuning. Without enough air, a subwoofer will “choke” and the performance will suffer noticeably!

Calculating Port Size

Use simple formulas to calculate your enclosure port size. The Formula for Port AreaPort area in square inches = volume in cubic ft x 16For example, 3.4 ft3 x 16 in2 = 54.5...

High-Performance Enclosure Design

Tiny subs in tiny boxes give you a sound that’s…well, tiny. If you are looking for real bass, you need a real box. In this post, you’ll learn about how to create...

Subwoofer Displacement

The displacement of a subwoofer is the amount of air space the subwoofer itself takes up. Once the subwoofer is in place, this amount of air is no longer available inside the enclosure....
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The Anatomy of a Subwoofer

Before we discuss why subwoofers blow, let’s go over the anatomy of a subwoofer. Knowing the role each component plays in creating sound will help us understand why those parts perform in an undesirable fashion and help avoid those subwoofer snafus.