JACKLITE 112 DAMPENING QUESTION

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Grazz
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JACKLITE 112 DAMPENING QUESTION

#1 Post by Grazz » Thu Apr 05, 2018 3:51 pm

Hi Guys.
Finally I got my two Basslites woofer and in'm going to complete my jacks...
I have a question. Jacks need internal dampening...

Where? only sides top bottom and back?

Also internal curved surface need dampening? (ex the little room inside throat sheats) How you reach them?

Anyone tried to use some dumpening paint ? something like that:

http://en.vibratec.se/products/noisekiller-black/

Thanks

Grazz

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Re: JACKLITE 112 DAMPENING QUESTION

#2 Post by CoronaOperator » Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:24 pm

Grazz wrote:
Thu Apr 05, 2018 3:51 pm

Anyone tried to use some dumpening paint ? something like that:

http://en.vibratec.se/products/noisekiller-black/
That stuff is to reduce panels from ringing, it does nothing to dampen sound waves in the air. It's typical use is in car audio to stop sheet metal panels from ringing like a bell. I suppose you could use a little inside a cow bell to get a dryer sound out of it. It does nothing inside a cabinet unless said cabinet is made out of sheet metal or silver.
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Re: JACKLITE 112 DAMPENING QUESTION

#3 Post by Bill Fitzmaurice » Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:53 pm

Look at your sketchup model.

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