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airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 07:35 PM
I am building a box in a 06 Dode ram quad cab. Its A sealed, fiberglass box using A shared airspace. I have the fiberglass pan and sides built and have yet to set the rings. Before I do so, I was wondering who has experience with these particular subs and their optimal shared airspace sealed. Obviously I'm using 2 JL10W3V3's. I will be setting the rings tomorrow and finishing the box so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks, Chris

80INCHES
11-01-2006, 08:36 PM
how much power u using

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airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 08:41 PM
Jl 1000.1

80INCHES
11-01-2006, 08:51 PM
nice
put each in .7cubes sealed
or 1.4 cubes shared sealed

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Nexson
11-01-2006, 08:52 PM
I currently have 2 10'' w3v3's, great sounding subs, but I have them in a sealed box. I got all my specs off JLaudio.com

If you find your particular sub on there, it tells you what the airspace needs to be

airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 09:00 PM
I currently have 2 10'' w3v3's, great sounding subs, but I have them in a sealed box. I got all my specs off JLaudio.com

If you find your particular sub on there, it tells you what the airspace needs to be


Ya, but you know how that goes.....I like "Real World" specs. Thanks for the help though.
80inches, I appreciate your help also! You seem to be good and respected around here!
I also am putting in ID 6.5" component sets in front and rear doors on a JL 475.4:D Should kick ***. Now all I need is a bad *** center channel and a processor for 5.1:D .
Ill try and get some pics up.
Thanks, Chris

80INCHES
11-01-2006, 09:03 PM
Ya, but you know how that goes.....I like "Real World" specs. Thanks for the help though.
80inches, I appreciate your help also! You seem to be good and respected around here!
I also am putting in ID 6.5" component sets in front and rear doors on a JL 475.4:D Should kick ***. Now all I need is a bad *** center channel and a processor for 5.1:D .
Ill try and get some pics up.
Thanks, Chris

i'm not respected around here people just tollerate me cuz i love bandpass boxes so much...and i make them work properly:up2somet:

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Worlddre
11-01-2006, 09:13 PM
Ya, but you know how that goes.....I like "Real World" specs. Thanks for the help though.
80inches, I appreciate your help also! You seem to be good and respected around here!
I also am putting in ID 6.5" component sets in front and rear doors on a JL 475.4:D Should kick ***. Now all I need is a bad *** center channel and a processor for 5.1:D .
Ill try and get some pics up.
Thanks, Chris

quick :fyi: Jls spec boxes actually perform quite well from someone who has built them all for each JL driver

airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 09:18 PM
i'm not respected around here people just tollerate me cuz i love bandpass boxes so much...and i make them work properly:up2somet:

80

LOL, You know I have never got one to work well either... I have probably built 80+ boxes and 5 were band pass attempts:D
Thanks again.

airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 09:19 PM
quick :fyi: Jls spec boxes actually perform quite well from someone who has built them all for each JL driver

Sweet! Ill take a look at the site.

Nexson
11-01-2006, 10:09 PM
i just listen to the person who has more post lol.

disturbedfuel15
11-01-2006, 10:40 PM
The 10w3 is a great sounding sub, and I have to vouch for the box recommendations on their website as being completely accurate. By the way, they sound best in a sealed box IMO. Actually, bandpass FTW, but that's a whole diff story ;)

airmcn_3
11-01-2006, 11:02 PM
The 10w3 is a great sounding sub, and I have to vouch for the box recommendations on their website as being completely accurate. By the way, they sound best in a sealed box IMO. Actually, bandpass FTW, but that's a whole diff story ;)


Thanks Bro!