So, if I stuff my box with polyfill, will it make a noticable difference or just marginal?
not a bad idea at all. many high-end home audio systems use polyfill in their towers. with polyfill, you can get a smoother bass response and probably lower-extention bass.Enticiv1 said:Polyfill in a ported box is a bad idea. Your tuning should be off considerably.
some one explained it to me once that it makes the air tighter or some shit like that I personally dont know how it works but i can say that it has worked in my freinds set ups and we have noticed a differencewhat the... said:What the polyfill does is make your box 'feel' bigger to the sub. I've heard people say it will lengthen the life a sub has and stuff like that. I used it cuz it came with my box. I've seen pretty knowledgeable people go without it though. I guess it's a matter of preference.
lol i have a freind with an eclipse that uses polyfill as a miracle cure all on his car. he shoves it in his box and then he shoves it in places that rattle and have nothing in between them so it cant movecommador said:Well, I went and got some today. All I can say is...I wish I wouldve gotten some sooner. I did make a big difference in the quality of sound. Its tighter and deeper. Mabey it dosent work for certaint setups but then again, most setups are very different. It works well and Im pleased with it. Now I have to get rid of that annoying rattle :lol2:
i thought you just shoved it in and hoped for the bestwhat the... said:We usually don;t do it by the bag. I just place about a 1''-2'' layer inside the three sides of the box. People have asked me if they should staple it to the inside of the box. You dont have to, it doesn't really matter as long as the bare wood isn't showing. You don't want to pile that shit all the way up to the woofer basket either.