Classical method calculates the resonance frequency of Helmholtz resonator by postulating that there is a moving mass in neck and a stiffness which expresses the compressibility of cavity. This has been widely accepted as reasonable to determine the resonant frequency, provided that the wave length of interest is longer that any length scale of resonater. Nevertheless, it has been often recognized that this classical method sometimes does not well predict the resonant frequency. This paper decribes the way in which the dynamics of resonator very often does care about the detail geometries of resonator; location of the neck, diameter ratio of the neck to that of cavitty, length of resonator compared with that of neck, etc. This rather unexpected observations have been proved theoretically; 3 dimensional analysis of acoustic wave equation, as well as experimentally by comparing the resonant frequencies, transmission loss, and insertion loss of resonator.