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^^ thanks.
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Evan,

When you finish building the box, go to Walmart and buy a bag of pillow stuffing that could crush your whole family for like $2.00 or so. That helps "trick" the sub into "thinking" the box is bigger.

Anything else you need, pm me.

is this true ? if so what kind ??
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Polyester... any kind will do. But the Martha Stewart brand gives you like 5 more dB...
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