View Full Version : Help Finding a good subwoofer box for cheap
05-17-2003, 07:01 AM
u got a cheap box for my alpine 12'' i payed 40dollars for it. If i get a bandpass box with no hole for 69.99 with one would be better. HERE WHAT THE BANDPASS BOX LOOKS LIKE would be be really louder or the same
05-17-2003, 07:31 AM
Screw the band pass.... get a sealed or ported box.
05-17-2003, 09:46 AM
A bandpass with no port? :confused: :confused:
And putting Type-R's (I'm assuming that's what you have) is a horrible idea.....build your own sealed or ported box. Should cost around 50 bucks or so.
05-17-2003, 12:48 PM
How can u tell if the box is sealed or ported my box now does have any holes in it and it really small it only 30'' long for the 12'' subwoofers.
05-17-2003, 01:25 PM
man, u really do have terrible english.
so, a sealed box, is basically a box with no ports or "holes" or anything. a ported box is bigger and has one "hole" or port. hope that helped.
05-24-2003, 08:50 AM
Bandpass and ported boxes need to be built specifically for the subs being used. An "off the rack" pre-fabricated bandpass or ported box will only sound good if you get very very lucky.
Sealed boxes for low-to-moderate power can be bought pre-made and used with decent results. Check www.ikesound.com - click on "Raptor" in the left-side navigation frame. Those are some pretty good pre-fab boxes.
Ported and Bandpass boxes should never be just "bought" unless they are specific to the sub (like some JL Audio's boxes).