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Jarred
12-24-2006, 09:44 PM
Well i am new, so no laughing lol.

What size box would i need (sealed) for 2 12" Pioneer TS-W306C subs. I am looking for the length, height and width in inches if possible. As i must work out if the box will fit into my car before i purchase the subs.

Thanks for any help.

Ps. I tried googleing it, and used the search feature, so i have tried to find out. I dont really want to be asking a stupid question, but i must.

Thanks

phyphoestilic
12-24-2006, 09:46 PM
Ur suppose to give us the length, height, and width to work with. lol Also if ur planning on having it sealed or ported (if ported u need to tell us what frequency u want it tuned to as well)

Jarred
12-24-2006, 09:47 PM
LOL :$

Well what would a standard size box been to accomidate 2 12" subs, thats all i am trying to find out lol.

phyphoestilic
12-24-2006, 09:48 PM
it varies for different subs, I can give u a huge box but it might not fit in ur vehical. How about u go and measure what space u have to work with then get back to us? and dont forget if ur building it outside the car u need to give enough space to move it into the car.

Jarred
12-24-2006, 09:54 PM
38" Wide
17" Deep
19" High

Cheers

ultimate157
12-24-2006, 09:55 PM
You have plenty of room for two 12's sealed. That overall volume is 6.3 cubes. You need only 3 cubes with those subs

phyphoestilic
12-24-2006, 09:55 PM
so i guess u just want a sealed box then?

phyphoestilic
12-24-2006, 09:56 PM
stright from pioneer's website

Recommended Enclosure 0.85 ~ 1.75 Cubic Feet

guessing it's sealed since it doesnt have a recommeneded frequency

phyphoestilic
12-24-2006, 10:12 PM
Arite using 3/4 MDF for all sides, I got (15h x 30w x 14d) for a Total of 2.783cft (actual inside space is 2.496cft) so little more than 1.74cft for each sub, should be perfect. hopefully that helped. Also that is after calculating the space the subs take up. Maybe someone else can chime in to confirm this

Jarred
12-24-2006, 11:09 PM
Thankyou for your help guys :)

Any good sites you could suggest to buy one?

ultimate157
12-24-2006, 11:32 PM
With 15x30x14 I get the internal volume of 3.196 cubes before sub displacement.

phyphoestilic
12-25-2006, 12:45 AM
With 15x30x14 I get the internal volume of 3.196 cubes before sub displacement.

Did u calculate the MDF wood? dont forget 3/4 inch MDF wood means 1.5" off each of the numbers for internal volume. so 13.5x28.5x12.5

(I think u got 3.196 cuse u only took .75" off each number)

ultimate157
12-25-2006, 01:07 AM
Did u calculate the MDF wood? dont forget 3/4 inch MDF wood means 1.5" off each of the numbers for internal volume. so 13.5x28.5x12.5

(I think u got 3.196 cuse u only took .75" off each number)

Lols....

Long night. You are correct sire. :crap: :crap: :blackeye:

dkmesa
12-25-2006, 01:45 AM
Thankyou for your help guys :)

Any good sites you could suggest to buy one?

lol, you are looking for a pre-fab yet went through all the trouble of figuring out what volume and dimensions would work best for your trunk and subs. **** noob, make that **** yourself!!

phyphoestilic
12-25-2006, 02:44 AM
lol, you are looking for a pre-fab yet went through all the trouble of figuring out what volume and dimensions would work best for your trunk and subs. **** noob, make that **** yourself!!

well incase u didnt know there are sites that build boxes to people's specifications, just cuse he doesnt want to make his own box doesnt mean u need to insult him. Maybe he doesnt have the time or want to.

for OP look around on this forum there are a few people who would be more than happy to build ur box for u, specially since u only want sealed. :p:

Jarred
12-25-2006, 02:45 AM
lol, you are looking for a pre-fab yet went through all the trouble of figuring out what volume and dimensions would work best for your trunk and subs. **** noob, make that **** yourself!!

Chances are i proberly will, and god calm down.