chase297

02-04-2003, 09:26 AM

If type x sub was recomended for 1 cubic feet of space in a sealed box, would 2 sub x require 2 cubic feet or would it stay at one? Thanks

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chase297

02-04-2003, 09:26 AM

If type x sub was recomended for 1 cubic feet of space in a sealed box, would 2 sub x require 2 cubic feet or would it stay at one? Thanks

Rockman

02-04-2003, 09:36 AM

Originally posted by chase297

If type x sub was recomended for 1 cubic feet of space in a sealed box, would 2 sub x require 2 cubic feet or would it stay at one? Thanks

If the recommend size is 1 cubic foot per sub And you have 1 sub then ur box needs to be 1 cubic foot. 2 subs then 2 cubic feet. Simple math...

If type x sub was recomended for 1 cubic feet of space in a sealed box, would 2 sub x require 2 cubic feet or would it stay at one? Thanks

If the recommend size is 1 cubic foot per sub And you have 1 sub then ur box needs to be 1 cubic foot. 2 subs then 2 cubic feet. Simple math...

mgaidica

02-04-2003, 04:18 PM

yeh, if you total up your box size for 2 subs, then split it in half youll get the total cu. in. per sub.

evo2k3

02-04-2003, 05:14 PM

dont forget to acount for double the displacment of the drivers as well....basicly you have it, everything gets multiplied by a factor of 2.

ryan_feine

02-17-2003, 01:20 PM

best way to build a box for 2 subs is build 2 compartments so if one sub has a little different output than the other they don't effect each other. They were made by humans so they probly aren't exactly the same especially if your running them on 2 sepperate amps then the amps also made by humans have the potential to have slightly different signals so they might mess with the sound to.