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pookie7919
08-14-2003, 09:57 PM
okay since i didn't get a reply from jlaine i'll ask again heh.

okay i have my Brahma 12" in a 3.2cuft. box ported to around 38hz.. running about 900watts to it from a poweracoustik 2400D mono amp(classd).

my question is from the Brahma Guru's... what is the best setup for it.. Seald or Portd.. about what size for seald / portd .. for ported - port hz ? / box size ? / etc...


system /
sub- Brahma 12
amp- PowerAcoustik 2400D mono
h/u- Pioneer deh6500
basic compents - 5x7 in doors / 6x9 in the rear..
truck - ford ranger..
btw if ya'll trying to figure otu how i got the big box.. in the single cab truck its cause the pasanger seat is out..
any help would be appreciated.. thanks in advance....

abcdefg
08-15-2003, 02:28 PM
okay since i didn't get a reply from jlaine i'll ask again heh.

okay i have my Brahma 12" in a 3.2cuft. box ported to around 38hz.. running about 900watts to it from a poweracoustik 2400D mono amp(classd).

my question is from the Brahma Guru's... what is the best setup for it.. Seald or Portd.. about what size for seald / portd .. for ported - port hz ? / box size ? / etc...


system /
sub- Brahma 12
amp- PowerAcoustik 2400D mono
h/u- Pioneer deh6500
basic compents - 5x7 in doors / 6x9 in the rear..
truck - ford ranger..
btw if ya'll trying to figure otu how i got the big box.. in the single cab truck its cause the pasanger seat is out..
any help would be appreciated.. thanks in advance....


3.2 cubic feet ported is about right for it

BDIDDY
08-15-2003, 02:45 PM
I have mine in about that same box with about 800 watts going to it. The B's are very picky about box size is what I heard. Need to tune it down a little though. Mine I have no idea what it is tuned to but probably around 30, it doesnt hit the highs very well but the lows go LOW. Just build another box and go as big as you can. 3.5 after displacement would be alright, tuned to about 30 or so.

Trixter
08-19-2003, 12:34 PM
I have my B-15 in a 5.5cu' box tuned to 34Hz (which peaks at 38Hz) for spl and then at like 25ish for daily.