View Full Version : can someone check out these plans?
09-27-2005, 10:25 PM
this box seems kinda complicated to me and another user said i would have alot of port noise?
does someone know how i can edit these plans so the highth of the port matches the highth of the box so its not so hard.... or could someone else post some plans for a baddass L7 with the measurements for the wood
09-27-2005, 10:47 PM
that port is pretty big for a single 10" i think "only judging by the height of the port since port the port and the sub look the same" I'm sure there is not going to be port noise.
09-27-2005, 11:41 PM
ahhh your box is 18"deep and you port is 15 1/4 long. the port opening will only be 1.25" wide. u need a full 3". u need to bend the port like an L. might wanna get a pro to ad least design your box
09-27-2005, 11:41 PM
or just us the one KICKER has on ther web sight
go to page 27 and use these plans. should HAMMER HARD. get some one who has some wood workin experances to help your out.
09-28-2005, 11:09 AM
ok i got the box plans from polecat that works at kicker audio , also the sub is a 12" L7 and the boxes that kicker advertises are tuned way to high , also that box i posted is about 3.3 cubic feet .... anyone have any custom box plans they could post up like mine? or mayby someone has a cutsheet typed up from the originial kicker box plans for SPL deep bass
09-28-2005, 09:36 PM
geez ok well can someone help me by posting up some of THEIR custom box plans... i really dont want to fork over 10 bucks for something thats basically free (information) and everyone keeps sayin the kicker box is tuned wayyyyyy to high and i dont want my sub to **** up hittin them low lows (below 40 hz)
09-28-2005, 10:23 PM
well the problem is not designing the box, its posting the plans
09-29-2005, 09:28 AM
Free information may be all over the place and basic internal volume and frequency can be suggested but not many people are going to supply you with a custom cutout sheet for your specific application and requirements for nothing. If it is so readily available then why have you not found it yet?
You can always buy the programs that JMAC and others use to design it yourself.