View Full Version : Box Constructing for ts-w304c in a lantra

04-20-2003, 03:48 PM
Hey guys, its me again.

well, i've got my sub (pioshite).
it's a pioneer ts-w304c with 300w rms (it goes well with my pionner sub wich gives 180w when bridget).

any way, i'm still new at the sound for my car so cut me some slack with the pioneer :)

the thing i wanted to know is what size the box shold be if i want it to sound the loudest it can (i dont need sq just LOUDNESS).

what is ported and bandpass and this kind of stuff? which is the loudest and what do you peeps recomend me to use?


04-20-2003, 06:32 PM
Ported tune high, the high you tune it like 40 the louder it will be but worse sq.

04-20-2003, 06:45 PM
Thats an sq sub... seal it about 1 cubic foot or .8 cubic feet. if you port it around 40 hertz it's not going to be nice, it's an SQ woofer which will not do well in a SPL application.

04-20-2003, 08:12 PM
c`mon people

help the newbie

what is that 40 stuff:)

i dont want sq i want spl!!!!

as much as a 300 rms can get
:) even if it'll sound ******

what are the sizes i should build the box, how is it supposed to look like?

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you know :)

i m dumb.:crazy:

04-20-2003, 08:41 PM

first step, try to post the maximum size available for a box...

second, try to get the parameters for the sub (Fs, Re, Z, Qts, Qes,e tc)

Sit and wait for someone to reply with (hopefully) good results.