d audio 450
06-24-2003, 12:16 AM
ok folks- i finished my box...this thing has so much silicone sealing its not even funny....im figuring the leak must be around the gasket of the sub- i used 1/4" thick weather strip sealant around the sub because when i drilled it in and didnt use it- i had a very large Mr. airleek. I also decided not to bother with a pair of terminals for my sub cuz im lazy- so i drilled a hole that allows my speaker wire to fit through snuggly- oh, and i sealed that up reeeeeeal good too with the silicone. i loaded this box up reeeeal good with dampening...even though its sealed...and i dunno if it even does anything in a sealed box- but anyway- i apply pressure on the cone, let go, and the sub comes back out real slow.....this is an airleak right? or could this be from so much dampening or something??? thanks for any help or advice...