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michaellane
05-03-2009, 01:22 AM
so i am going to run four 10's and want the box 4.2 before sub and port displacement. on the average what would the box be after this displacement? also i was thinking of having the subs on top of the box firing up towards my trunk lid and the port firing towards the back of the trunk.

i was thinking

H: 11--12'
L: 30--32'
W 18--24'

what would this come up to??? i have no idea how to find out. i tried a calculator i found off google but it was no help and they all seemed to give different answers. and it will be made with 3/4' MDF

all info would be great!

IDSkoT
05-03-2009, 01:25 AM
Port displacement for a box that sized is usually .25-.5 cubic feet. Sub displacement is anywhere from .018 to .25.
At the maximum dimensions listed, you'd only be able to achieve a 4.16 cubic box, before any sort of displacement. I'd suggest an aeroport, since they take up less space due to their efficiency.

michaellane
05-03-2009, 01:26 AM
will it sound any different from a slot port? will they be flush with the box or sticking out? and do they cost alot more?

cj407
05-03-2009, 01:27 AM
11.25 x 31.25 x 23.25 is going to give you 4.73 cubes...

cj407
05-03-2009, 01:28 AM
so i am going to run four 10's and want the box 4.2 before sub and port displacement. on the average what would the box be after this displacement? also i was thinking of having the subs on top of the box firing up towards my trunk lid and the port firing towards the back of the trunk.

i was thinking

H: 11--12'
L: 30--32'
W 18--24'

what would this come up to??? i have no idea how to find out. i tried a calculator i found off google but it was no help and they all seemed to give different answers. and it will be made with 3/4' MDF

all info would be great!

guess skot cant read the wants of the customer...

michaellane
05-03-2009, 01:33 AM
can anyone give me a ballpark figure shipped to 28540? terminal cup but no carpet please

IDSkoT
05-03-2009, 01:34 AM
11.25 x 31.25 x 23.25 is going to give you 4.73 cubes...

You're right. It does. However, that only accounts for ONE side of the box. You have to subtract 1.5" for 3/4" wood (.75" wood x 2 = 1.5").

guess skot cant read the wants of the customer...

I can read. I'm saying that's the most you can get with said measurements.

michaellane
05-03-2009, 01:37 AM
hhhhmmmm wonder why someone would trash someone else wthout being sure they are right to begin with?

IDSkoT
05-03-2009, 01:41 AM
hhhhmmmm wonder why someone would trash someone else wthout being sure they are right to begin with?

CJ's a troller. It's what he does.
He doesn't realize that I've been trolling this forum a lot longer than he has.

tragic_magic
05-03-2009, 01:44 AM
is this for an sdc 12?have you tried winisd?

dappa5
05-03-2009, 01:46 AM
pm me for price shiped and i'll do you a skechup

michaellane
05-03-2009, 02:01 AM
is this for an sdc 12?have you tried winisd?

no this is for four 10's

dappa5
05-03-2009, 02:05 AM
it'll cost bout 40 bux to ship to you so pm me if you wanna go over design

michaellane
05-03-2009, 02:06 AM
sooo excited to get my new subs LOL anyone got something to trade for a audioque hdc3 12 dual 2ohm bought last month ran off a elemental designs nine.1?

dappa5
05-03-2009, 02:08 AM
post that in subwoofer forum some one might snap it up

michaellane
05-03-2009, 02:10 AM
well i may have found a box just for what i need already made and in my state so i cant say i need one built right yet...

dappa5
05-03-2009, 02:12 AM
gl w/tht

tragic_magic
05-03-2009, 02:14 AM
i may want it...what you want for it?

SicAudio
05-03-2009, 02:15 AM
Port displacement for a box that sized is usually .25-.5 cubic feet. Sub displacement is anywhere from .018 to .25.
At the maximum dimensions listed, you'd only be able to achieve a 4.16 cubic box, before any sort of displacement. I'd suggest an aeroport, since they take up less space due to their efficiency.

why are you always wrong? isnt that what you said to me when i said clipping creates excess heat?

.018 to .25? wtf kind of subs are you thinking of douche? a typical sub is about
.05 to .10 but it depends entirely on the sub.
your math is right but i wanna see a 10 that takes up .25 cf each, a massive 12 takes about .08-.18. some are slightly more but not by much. as far as box design, use a shared space design to maximize air space.
slot ports have been proven to be the most efficient as well as strengthening the box., it has been discussed many times. and they are far cheaper because they are built into the box.

oh wait I forgot man , your 18 yrs old you have massive amounts of experience :) my bad all mighty one lolz