Ok, 2nd reply...Just curious did it seem like it helped much?
they are out there. I found M8000 on FB marketplace in Sacramento for $300.Thanks! Yeah I've been looking around for used warn for a while now, but they're expensive and I don't plan on settling for a HF or Smittybilt. But for my current use of the tj I don't need one.
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Would simply drilling a hole do the same thing?Ok, 2nd reply...
I went out and tuned in a rap station, and cranked the bass to max. FAR more bass than I'd ever want in real life. I didn't even have it particularly loud - and tried the "thumb test" over the ports. I could REALLY feel air moving in and out of them, and when I covered them, there was a rattle/resonation that wasn't there when I uncovered the ports. But as for a subjective difference in sound, I couldn't detect any whatsoever - but again, "not my music" and I'm not a real audiophile. But for 98 cents each, the pair of tubes are obviously doing *something* - the air pumping in and out was pretty significant. Which was what I'd expect.
It's called "port tuning" but there is math involved to do it correctly. airspace in box, diameter of tube, length of tube...Of course! The tubes just dress it up a bit. There may be an audio resonance reason that I'm not aware of as well.
That's about what I figured. I actually was only looking for a "little, itty-bitty vent or grille" to dress up the hole, but the tube was what I found. At least there's air moving through it.It's called "port tuning" but there is math involved to do it correctly. airspace in box, diameter of tube, length of tube...
If it sounds better, that's all that matters.
Purchased from a seller in Poland on eBay that goes by “aacarsaa” and “aacars14“.Who did you get to cover it? Looks great! Cost?