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WiCHo
02-03-2003, 08:51 PM
Y0,

i am planing to build an Encl. and i need someone to give me the dimensions of the Enclosure and a slot port

MAX space to work w/: 25" depth; 40" wide ;19" height

THxz,

WiCHo
02-03-2003, 08:58 PM
i want it to be loud, the brahma is going to be powerd by a revolution D1500.1 :cool:

paikiah
02-03-2003, 09:00 PM
if you're pushing a brhama 15 with 1500watts, I guess a free air setup will still rattle your guts pretty good...

02-04-2003, 07:55 AM
that sounds like a huuuuge as box. what's that like 10cft?? im trying to build a box that big for my 9515 w/about same wattage. only i don't think it'll fit in car. good luck on it.

02-06-2003, 03:31 PM

mattj
02-10-2003, 03:22 AM
tons of box dimentions here on the site. just do a search. JMAC and DRIED is good with bboxes too.

ss3079
02-10-2003, 01:48 PM
that sounds like a huuuuge as box. what's that like 10cft??

L x W x H / 1728 = Cubic Feet

(40 x 25 x 19) / 1728 = Cubic Feet

(19000) / 1728 = Cubic Feet

= 10.995(11)ft^3 :)

- Steve

WiCHo
02-11-2003, 05:19 PM

"a 3.5 cubic feet net, tuned to 30 Hz. Set the subsonic filter at 25 Hz.

For the box, make it 18" tall, 18" deep, and 28" wide (external dimensions). Use 3/4" thick wood. Make the slot port 2" wide, 16.5" tall, and 27.5" long overall.

Thanks again,

You all think i will be loud (15" Brahma W/ a NiNe.1 )

About how high would i hit on meter ??(Encl. in the trunk)

Randy Savage
02-11-2003, 05:21 PM
Originally posted by WiCHo

"a 3.5 cubic feet net, tuned to 30 Hz. Set the subsonic filter at 25 Hz.

For the box, make it 18" tall, 18" deep, and 28" wide (external dimensions). Use 3/4" thick wood. Make the slot port 2" wide, 16.5" tall, and 27.5" long overall.

Thanks again,

You all think i will be loud (15" Brahma W/ a NiNe.1 )

About how high would i hit on meter ??(Encl. in the trunk) We can't tell ya what you'll hit on a meter, no one knows till you get it metered, but I'd say 140-ish.

WiCHo
02-11-2003, 05:27 PM
Sw33t

ss3079
02-11-2003, 06:12 PM
You should be able to do mid 140's...maybe even higher 140's.

- Steve