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94 one ton
03-08-2008, 03:13 PM
I have two mtx 7512-44s and i want to build a box for them. i saw the design on mtxs website but was wondering what other people here have dont for a boz. im not to experianced with building boxes so any help at all would be great. i listen to country, rap, rock everything. so i think i really want ported.

basshedz06
03-10-2008, 08:34 AM
have 2 of those same subs myself in a 4 cube box and they pound i would do no lower than 3.5 cube on the box if even that low tune it about 36 and up, if your going for spl i would recommend new subs these subs are not for spl they will take a lot of power but i don't know maybe i have them in a messed up box but i am doing like 141 with 2000 watts and other guys has half that and doing 146 or so so have fun and hope u get loud

Atimm693
03-10-2008, 09:33 AM
have 2 of those same subs myself in a 4 cube box and they pound i would do no lower than 3.5 cube on the box if even that low tune it about 36 and up, if your going for spl i would recommend new subs these subs are not for spl they will take a lot of power but i don't know maybe i have them in a messed up box but i am doing like 141 with 2000 watts and other guys has half that and doing 146 or so so have fun and hope u get loud

Punctuation ****it!!!

Is it really that hard?


Also you're not giving them 2kw daily. :fyi:

FredS3251
03-10-2008, 11:25 PM
I would reccomend 4 cubes @ 36-40hz. Depending on what you listen to for music. The 7500's I have seen them perform well tuned higher which is kinda bad for most music that ppl listen to. The output from them tuned any lower is ok, but you will get most being tuned closest to 40. I have 3 7500's tuned to about 42hz and they get pretty loud. I'm still in the process of getting a amp and what not, so the best amp they have seen is a MRD-M1005 which was my buddy's and I could deff. tell they could take alot more and get pretty **** loud in my opinion.