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DRMVP21
01-15-2007, 07:30 PM
Send To PrinterNet Volume: 4 cubic feet
Tuning Frequency: 32 Hz
Port Width: 3.25 inches
Port Area: 40.625 Square Inches
Port Length: 21.5 inches

External Dimensions: 38 wide x 14 tall x 19.75 deep.
Board Dimensions and Quantity
Color Count Width Height
Top and Bottom 2 38 inches 19.75 inches
Red 1 34 inches 12.5 inches
Yellow 1 19 inches 12.5 inches
Black 1 36.5 inches 12.5 inches
Green 1 19.75 inches 12.5 inches
Teal 1 15 inches 12.5 inches
Violet 1 1.5 inches 12.5 inches

Number of 49x97 Sheets of 3/4" MDF: 0.625


Will this box work well for two premiers? Should I shoot for more port area? My goal is SQL.

DRMVP21
01-15-2007, 08:06 PM
It will be powered by a bxi1606d.

bigt
01-15-2007, 08:14 PM
im doin mine at 4.3cu 32hz ---moes box plans

traksta15
01-15-2007, 08:15 PM
mine are in a 1.8^3 each box tuned to 35hz.....i'd tune lower if i were you (low 30's ish) They are low end monsters

PV Audio
01-15-2007, 08:28 PM
If it's made with the free online calculator, I wouldn't trust it.

PhatTonyDeMarco
01-15-2007, 08:31 PM
I would go slightly larger with the enclosure, about an extra half cube or so, and a bit more port as well (I would add 20^2 inches or so.) You will love them tuned low, they are indeed low-end monsters.

DRMVP21
01-16-2007, 04:31 PM
So should I go with 4.5 ft^3 @32hz w/ 60 sq inches of port. Or would moe's 4.3^3 plan be good. I'm really cuttin it tight with space. The first box is about 4.2 before displacement. What about 4 ft^3 after displacement w/ 60 sq inches of port?


If it's made with the free online calculator, I wouldn't trust it.


I did it on subwoofertools. I heard it was pretty accurate, not 100% but close enough will it won't effect sound.

DRMVP21
01-16-2007, 08:47 PM
bump for help.

traksta15
01-17-2007, 01:50 PM
4.5 @ 32 would get you those lows you're obviously wanting.....you gonna post pics?

DRMVP21
01-17-2007, 03:56 PM
Yea I can post pics if u want. The only problem is space. I only have 38X14 to work with. Depth can be up to 24 inches. Its in an 05 sentra. I don't know if I can get 4.5 cubes in there, unless one of ya'll can design me a good box. The main issue is height. If anything I'll go with 4ft^3 after displacement and 60 sq in. of port. Also is subwoofertools accurate enough to use? Traksta how do yours sound in that size box?

traksta15
01-20-2007, 06:14 PM
mine sound great imo-they're obviously not sq subs but the sq isn't that bad. Mine hit pretty deep even w/35Hz tuning, I would go lower if i were to do it again.

DRMVP21
01-20-2007, 10:00 PM
Net Volume: 4 cubic feet
Tuning Frequency: 32 Hz
Port Width: 4.75 inches
Port Area: 59.375 Square Inches
Port Length: 32.75 inches

External Dimensions: 38 wide x 14 tall x 22.25 deep.
Board Dimensions and Quantity
Color Count Width Height
Top and Bottom 2 38 inches 22.25 inches
Red 1 32.5 inches 12.5 inches
Yellow 1 21.5 inches 12.5 inches
Black 1 36.5 inches 12.5 inches
Green 1 22.25 inches 12.5 inches
Teal 1 16 inches 12.5 inches
Violet 1 9.5 inches 12.5 inches

Number of 49x97 Sheets of 3/4" MDF: 0.75


I probably go with this. This is about as big as i could fit. I could go bigger but port area would have to suffer.

DRMVP21
02-13-2007, 07:08 PM
How do these subs do sealed. I mean its in a 05 sentra which is a very small car. Would 2 of these in 3 cubes sealed still get loud in my car. What about SQ? I'm really going for the best overall sound, or do these really shine ported? I would like to keep some space but I want it to get loud and sound good doin it. What do u think? Remember off of a bxi1606d