LWW

02-01-2003, 09:55 AM

SORRY I POSTED THIS IN ANOTHER SECTION IN ERROR AND SAW THAT IT BELONGS HERE.

When a size is listed for a sealed sub box are the using the total internal size of the box alone or are they using the remaining box size with the sub installed?

If it is with the sub installed how can one quickly determine the volume of an 8" or 10" sub alone so that the total box volume can be derived?

Also how important is the SHAPE of the box? My particular design will be roughly the same in width and height but pretty shallow and may need to slope in at both ends?

Lastly what is the best material for SQ? I have seen many using MDF but I doubt it would taking an accidental bang as well as wood.

Thanks in advance for all the help.

PEACE

When a size is listed for a sealed sub box are the using the total internal size of the box alone or are they using the remaining box size with the sub installed?

If it is with the sub installed how can one quickly determine the volume of an 8" or 10" sub alone so that the total box volume can be derived?

Also how important is the SHAPE of the box? My particular design will be roughly the same in width and height but pretty shallow and may need to slope in at both ends?

Lastly what is the best material for SQ? I have seen many using MDF but I doubt it would taking an accidental bang as well as wood.

Thanks in advance for all the help.

PEACE