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nkrell11
05-28-2013, 10:01 PM
Alright so today as a way to solve some boredom I designed a ported enclosure for one of the members on the forum and decided that I would like a design. Unfortunately I can only offer ported enclosures or sealed on the off chance that someone wants one my grasp on fourths and sixths are not where I would like them to be at this time and I don't really understand winISD so I'll leave those to people that know them. Also I will clarify that I am not charging for designs if you want one it will be free to you if you love it an enclosure and want to throw me a bone then thanks but payments are not necessary at all.

If you want a design just post in here and I will get to them on a first come first serve basis provided that you provide the proper information. This information includes maximum dimensions, subwoofer(s) being used, power going to the woofers, desired tuning frequency or music preference, slot or aero port, desired volume if you have one, number of baffles can draw up flushed mount as well, additionally if you have a desired port subwoofer orientation that would be useful as well (Ie. Sub up port back, sub back port back etc etc), vehicle type if you don't have a firing preference so I can figure it out, and last but not least your level of woodworking proficiency if you can't cut 45's I'm not very likely to draw them in for you since I account some displacement in when using torres.

If I think of anything else I will ad it to the list, if you don't provide the proper information then I will let you know or ask you to provide it and I will move onto the next person that followed directions if the demand is that large. If you don't want a design or you think my idea is awful please keep your comments to yourself or take them elsewhere. I have designed boxes for people on ROE and a member in the past who bought a design from me was very satisfied.

Lastly the internet at my house is horribly slow and I rely on using wifi from my phone therefore if you need it asap this route is probably not for you today it took more time to upload my work than to draw it as of right now I plan on drawing up as many requests as I can in the evening and then uploading the next day after work when I go to town to work out. I work 6:30 to 3 M-F so please be patient I'll be able to check this post on my phone at work but like I said I won't be able to work until the evening. I will also upload designs that I have done in the pasts tomorrow some might not have cut sheets but some might.

East
05-28-2013, 10:04 PM
How much power they are running to said subwoofer is important too you cannot leave that out, if someone is running extra power to a woofer you need to make the box smaller, visa versa if they are running less power. also you need to figure out if they want SPL/SQL or SQ.

nkrell11
05-28-2013, 10:06 PM
What I designed today for an AT Strato 15 in a Tiburon 3.85ft^3 net, 33Hz tune and 15.75in/ft^3 of port area.

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/ATStrato385ft333Hz1578in2ft_zps74d3d2bb.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/ATStrato385ft333Hz1578in2ft_zps74d3d2bb.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/ATStratoCutSheet_zps8e5b2190.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/ATStratoCutSheet_zps8e5b2190.jpg.html)

nkrell11
05-28-2013, 10:07 PM
Double post ftl.

SounDrive
05-28-2013, 10:17 PM
Not bad. Good to see someone helping out around here.

nkrell11
05-28-2013, 10:33 PM
How much power they are running to said subwoofer is important too you cannot leave that out, if someone is running extra power to a woofer you need to make the box smaller, visa versa if they are running less power. also you need to figure out if they want SPL/SQL or SQ.
Thanks for those suggestions I knew I would forget something I did realize that I guess it just slipped my mind I also should have stated that people should request slot ports or aeroports I will update the first post tomorrow.

Not bad. Good to see someone helping out around here.
Thanks anything to keep people away from pre fabs and the RE Calculator.

autobotguy
05-29-2013, 01:09 AM
I have a Skar VVX-10D2 powered by a Kenwood KAC-7205 bridged to 500watts RMS. I built the recommended ported box by Skar (1.44 cu.ft. tuned to 33hz) and its just not doing it for me. I had an old Pioneer Premere 12" (the one with the gold colored bullet heatsink for a dutcap) in a 2 cu.ft. box tuned to 28hz in my old '90 Maxima powered by only a Kenwood KAC-729s at 300watts RMS and that seemed to hit ALOT harder. I couldn't turn it up all the way cause it physically hurt. Nowadays I drive a 2012 Scion XB and I'd like to retain some hatch space. I'd like to retain at LEAST half the hatch area for groceries and such. Could you design a ported enclosure for my Skar VVX-10D2? Or should I just pop a 1000watt amp on this sub/box?

RSDXzec
05-29-2013, 01:11 AM
Are you completely against helping with 6th order series bandpass designs?
I know you said you weren't too keen on them but I've never heard one before and I've been researching them for a while so a starting point would be great even if you have very minimal experience with them... because I have none lol.

feel free to ignore this one if you really are against 6th orders but a start would be a great help. Don't bother with a cut sheet for this though, I'd only be using it as a basis for my design because I'm having a hard time finding out where to start.

specs:

Sub: American Bass XFL 1522

Power: Whatever an APSM1500 puts out... so probs around 1300wrms

Wood: 17mm birch structural plywood (about 0.67") + double baffle for sub

Ports: Slot port facing up, sub facing sideways inside

Aims: Good response between 25-45hz, decent output between 20-60hz. I tend to listen to a fair bit of rap when I'm in my car so I do enjoy the lows. I guess it would be an SQL box, don't care much for high numbers on high notes, but I do like loud lows and don't care too much for group delay.

For max dimensions I'm in australia so everything for me is in mm, the conversion factor is 1" = 25.4mm. I have here my max dimensions in mm and the software I use won't let me use inches.

http://i40.tinypic.com/2w3p4l5.png

Like I said, it's completely up to you if you decide to give it a shot but I'm having a hard time finding a starting point. Any help appreciated, otherwise don't worry about it.

Cheers.

raptor727
05-29-2013, 02:37 AM
Well i will give it a shot I got a 2003 re xxx 15 looking for 30hrtz and i listen to mostly decaf, power will be 2krms and max width is 33" max depth is 20" and height can be up to 24". I want it to sound like everyone talks about these subs, I know from experience they can get loud but i have yet to hear them in a sql box! Thanks ahead of time, I think it's great that your doing this out of the love for audio.

Camarillo
05-29-2013, 04:26 PM
Hello! I have no experience with building boxes or 45s but willing to go for it! Not sure if this helps or if I should go use a measuring tape to find space availability
2004 DODGE DURANGO SPECIFICATIONS (http://www.hemitruckclub.com/durangospec.htm)
Whatever works best. I have Dodge Durango 5.7L hemi that I will be putting in 2 juggs rated at 1400wrms each. I will be using a vfl 4480.1 at .5 ohm
Room wise- I don't mind using the whole third seat down and the rest of the car for a box. Just depends on how you find it better to design. I planned on removing 3rd row anyways. Tune I would guess 30hz since I listen to rap/hip hop and I like lows including decaf/slowed. SQL would be great but since I see people talk about how its either spl or eq I wouldn't know what to tell you. Once again, space isn't a big issue as long as it stays behind 2nd row. As for position. I've heard subs up port back would sound better. Any suggestions or ?s let me know. Thanks
I was planning on paying someone on here to help me out but found this so why not! Thanks again

nkrell11
05-29-2013, 05:03 PM
I have a Skar VVX-10D2 powered by a Kenwood KAC-7205 bridged to 500watts RMS. I built the recommended ported box by Skar (1.44 cu.ft. tuned to 33hz) and its just not doing it for me. I had an old Pioneer Premere 12" (the one with the gold colored bullet heatsink for a dutcap) in a 2 cu.ft. box tuned to 28hz in my old '90 Maxima powered by only a Kenwood KAC-729s at 300watts RMS and that seemed to hit ALOT harder. I couldn't turn it up all the way cause it physically hurt. Nowadays I drive a 2012 Scion XB and I'd like to retain some hatch space. I'd like to retain at LEAST half the hatch area for groceries and such. Could you design a ported enclosure for my Skar VVX-10D2? Or should I just pop a 1000watt amp on this sub/box?

If you could get me dimensions of what you currently have so I don't draw you the same thing again I can help you out or also I need some maximum dimensions of your hatch area. I can try to draw something up that is in the middle volume wise so that you could always increase power down the road I feel like the pioneer should have been louder than the skaar especially since you are now in a hatchback which are generally easier to get louder.


Well i will give it a shot I got a 2003 re xxx 15 looking for 30hrtz and i listen to mostly decaf, power will be 2krms and max width is 33" max depth is 20" and height can be up to 24". I want it to sound like everyone talks about these subs, I know from experience they can get loud but i have yet to hear them in a sql box! Thanks ahead of time, I think it's great that your doing this out of the love for audio.

What type of vehicle is this going in I feel like it's going to be a trunk but 24 seems really tall for a trunk lmk so I can figure out the firing direction of the port and subs.


Are you completely against helping with 6th order series bandpass designs?
I know you said you weren't too keen on them but I've never heard one before and I've been researching them for a while so a starting point would be great even if you have very minimal experience with them... because I have none lol. Feel free to ignore this one if you really are against 6th orders but a start would be a great help..

Sorry man I really don't have the skills yet and a poor design can really mess up your woofers.


Hello! I have no experience with building boxes or 45s but willing to go for it! Not sure if this helps or if I should go use a measuring tape to find space availability
2004 DODGE DURANGO SPECIFICATIONS (http://www.hemitruckclub.com/durangospec.htm)
Whatever works best. I have Dodge Durango 5.7L hemi that I will be putting in 2 juggs rated at 1400wrms each. I will be using a vfl 4480.1 at .5 ohm
Room wise- I don't mind using the whole third seat down and the rest of the car for a box. Just depends on how you find it better to design. I planned on removing 3rd row anyways. Tune I would guess 30hz since I listen to rap/hip hop and I like lows including decaf/slowed. SQL would be great but since I see people talk about how its either spl or eq I wouldn't know what to tell you. Once again, space isn't a big issue as long as it stays behind 2nd row. As for position. I've heard subs up port back would sound better. Any suggestions or ?s let me know. Thanks
I was planning on paying someone on here to help me out but found this so why not! Thanks again

What size juggs are these and I'm assuming they are mmats just double checking. I'll look at the link and see what I can draw up for you or if I can't figure it out I will ask you for dimensions I see no reason why I shouldn't be able to keep it behind the third row but we will see.

I will try and get these all out tomorrow thanks for your patience and your interests in this thread.

nkrell11
05-29-2013, 05:25 PM
Here are some of the boxes that I have drawn in the past if you are in a rush for a fast design or if you don't need a general design.

Enclosure for DD 2515 3ft^3 33Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/DD25153ft333Hz_zps5e2b4f5e.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/DD25153ft333Hz_zps5e2b4f5e.jpg.html)
Enclosure for 2 DC M2 15's 7ft^3 34.5Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/DBDCM215s7ft3345Hz_zps7b0a2f87.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/DBDCM215s7ft3345Hz_zps7b0a2f87.jpg.html)
Enclosure for FI SP4 7.9ft^3 31.75Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/FiSP41879ft33175hz_zps2e3857ef.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/FiSP41879ft33175hz_zps2e3857ef.jpg.html)
Enclosure for 2 PSI/Type X hybrid 12's 3.8ft^3 34Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/PSITypeX12s38ft334Hz_zpsce9f4a37.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/PSITypeX12s38ft334Hz_zpsce9f4a37.jpg.html)
Enclosure for 2 SA-12's 4ft^3 31.7Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SA12s4ft3317Hz_zps2dab61b3.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SA12s4ft3317Hz_zps2dab61b3.jpg.html)
Enclosure for Soundstream T7 2.25ft^3 33.25Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/Soundstreamt7225ft33325hz_zps54cdd2e9.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/Soundstreamt7225ft33325hz_zps54cdd2e9.jpg.html)
Enclosure for SP4 18 8ft^3 32Hz The person that bought the design built the first one though since I wasn't positive on the port for reasons I don't remember.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SP4ViewNumber2_zpsd5697976.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SP4ViewNumber2_zpsd5697976.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SP4CenteredPort8ft332Hz_zps712d3c60.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SP4CenteredPort8ft332Hz_zps712d3c60.jpg.html)

thatguy12
05-29-2013, 05:35 PM
Thanks For Doing This. Nice To Help Out People. Good Karma Is On Your Way. One Word Of Advise Be CARFULL Using Your Cell Phone As Wifi, If its Not On Your Cell Phone Plan Its So Easy To Go over your Data Limit. I Personally Went 100 Bucks Over And MyOld Girlfriend had 500.00$ of Overcharges In One Month Using Her Phones Wi Fi To Surf The Web. Just Be Carful Lol That **** ***** When It Happens.

Camarillo
05-29-2013, 05:41 PM
Oops can't believe I forgot that. They are 15s and not behind 3rd row. Therws little to space there. I meant behind 2 nd row. 3rd row and the rest of the trunk for box

Shroomic
05-29-2013, 05:41 PM
What I designed today for an AT Strato 15 in a Tiburon 3.85ft^3 net, 33Hz tune and 15.75in/ft^3 of port area.

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/ATStrato385ft333Hz1578in2ft_zps74d3d2bb.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/ATStrato385ft333Hz1578in2ft_zps74d3d2bb.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/ATStratoCutSheet_zps8e5b2190.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/ATStratoCutSheet_zps8e5b2190.jpg.html)

I just built a box for my tiburon 35.5w/15.5h/22d and I'm going to have to go through this weekend and round edges and sand down a corner of the double baffle to get it to fit and the rear seats to latch shut. So he will probablly have to do the same.

If you could design one to my current dimensions for an AQ HDC315 on 2200 watts. Sub up/ Slot Port up or forward (whichever you think would sound louder)
I listen to alot of Decaf so tuning lower than my current 35 wouldn't hurt.
My box is 4.0 cuft, heard thats what these like with ~16sqin per cuft of port
Also idk if double baffle flush mount or bracing would be better or if it makes a difference.
I can cut 45's, the one in the pic is 2.75" the point of the port to the 45 is 3.25"
Heres a pic:
http://s1141.photobucket.com/user/Tmartin1475/media/aqboxwithdim2_zpsce1d8e1c.png.html

After messing around on sketchup i think i made my port close to 26.5" long with that 45 messing up my tuning. Is it possible to just cut another 20.5"w piece ~10.5 inches long and butt it up to the existing port to lower my tuning or should I just worry about it when I build the box for the 2200 watt amp? (this is for my overrated 1k amp)

(final edit) ofc i cant stretch port cause i would lose box volume

RSDXzec
05-29-2013, 06:58 PM
If you could get me dimensions of what you currently have so I don't draw you the same thing again I can help you out or also I need some maximum dimensions of your hatch area. I can try to draw something up that is in the middle volume wise so that you could always increase power down the road I feel like the pioneer should have been louder than the skaar especially since you are now in a hatchback which are generally easier to get louder.



What type of vehicle is this going in I feel like it's going to be a trunk but 24 seems really tall for a trunk lmk so I can figure out the firing direction of the port and subs.



Sorry man I really don't have the skills yet and a poor design can really mess up your woofers.



What size juggs are these and I'm assuming they are mmats just double checking. I'll look at the link and see what I can draw up for you or if I can't figure it out I will ask you for dimensions I see no reason why I shouldn't be able to keep it behind the third row but we will see.

I will try and get these all out tomorrow thanks for your patience and your interests in this thread.

yeah I hear ya, all good man ;)

Reactions
05-29-2013, 07:16 PM
Thanks for this service, here is my requet.
Car:2013 hyundai elantra
Subwoofer: 1 Kove Armageddon Z-12 motor with american bass hd basket/recone
Tune:33hz/ 2.5cf slot port
Can't be taller than 16.5 inches.

nkrell11
05-29-2013, 08:13 PM
Oops can't believe I forgot that. They are 15s and not behind 3rd row. Therws little to space there. I meant behind 2 nd row. 3rd row and the rest of the trunk for box
Alright unfortunately your link didn't provide me with any helpful dimensions so if you could bust out a tape measure and get me some dimensions that would be awesome. Thinking sub up port back around 8 cubes or so.


I just built a box for my tiburon 35.5w/15.5h/22d and I'm going to have to go through this weekend and round edges and sand down a corner of the double baffle to get it to fit and the rear seats to latch shut. So he will probablly have to do the same.

If you could design one to my current dimensions for an AQ HDC315 on 2200 watts. Sub up/ Slot Port up or forward (whichever you think would sound louder)
I listen to alot of Decaf so tuning lower than my current 35 wouldn't hurt.
My box is 4.0 cuft, heard thats what these like with ~16sqin per cuft of port
Also idk if double baffle flush mount or bracing would be better or if it makes a difference.
I can cut 45's, the one in the pic is 2.75" the point of the port to the 45 is 3.25"
Heres a pic:
aqboxwithdim2_zpsce1d8e1c.png Photo by Tmartin1475 | Photobucket (http://s1141.photobucket.com/user/Tmartin1475/media/aqboxwithdim2_zpsce1d8e1c.png.html)

After messing around on sketchup i think i made my port close to 26.5" long with that 45 messing up my tuning. Is it possible to just cut another 20.5"w piece ~10.5 inches long and butt it up to the existing port to lower my tuning or should I just worry about it when I build the box for the 2200 watt amp? (this is for my overrated 1k amp)
(final edit) ofc i cant stretch port cause i would lose box volume

I think that sub up port forwards or rearwards would probably be louder than loading it all off of the roof. I have something in the works atm so I'll get it drawn up port area is closer to 15 but it meets the volume and under 35Hz tuning constraints.


Thanks for this service, here is my requet.
Car:2013 hyundai elantra
Subwoofer: 1 Kove Armageddon Z-12 motor with american bass hd basket/recone
Tune:33hz/ 2.5cf slot port
Can't be taller than 16.5 inches.

Max width and depth I mean I could guess and it would still fit in the trunk but I'd like a little more info. Also double checking that this is in fact a 12 inch woofer what are you going to power it with?

Reactions
05-29-2013, 08:28 PM
Powering it with us md2d so about 1000watt. I'm guessing it won't be 2.5cf but it will do.
16" height 30" Width 18" Depth

nkrell11
05-29-2013, 09:55 PM
@Reactions @raptor727 @Shroomic your enclosure designs are drawn up this probably isn't how you tag people but if not hopefully someone can explain how to do it to me I would appreciate it. As for the rest of you I'm still awaiting some dimensions or other details. If you want the port on the other side then that's up to you I just draw them on the same side for convenience it doesn't too much imagination to flip it. If you have any other questions or want a cutsheet just ask.

Box for Kove/AB Hyprid 12 2.55ft^3 net 33Hz 14.8in^2/ft port.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/KoveABHybrid12255ft333Hz148in2ft_zps76968584.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/KoveABHybrid12255ft333Hz148in2ft_zps76968584.jpg.h tml)

Box for 03 RE XXX 15 3.6ft^3 32Hz 14.5in^2/ft port. Although you can't tell it has a double front baffle this is why the volume is slightly lower but since you are putting more power to it than RMS I figured this would help also the port area is in the middle so it shouldn't unload fast below tuning.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/03REXXX15360ft332Hz145in2ft_zpse086bf21.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/03REXXX15360ft332Hz145in2ft_zpse086bf21.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/03REXXX15Cutsheet_zps6d722e30.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/03REXXX15Cutsheet_zps6d722e30.jpg.html)

Box for AQ HDC3 15 4ft^3 33Hz 14.91in^2/ft of port.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQHCD3154ft333Hz1491in2ft_zpsa961e16d.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQHCD3154ft333Hz1491in2ft_zpsa961e16d.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQHCD315Cutsheet_zpsa4e7018d.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQHCD315Cutsheet_zpsa4e7018d.jpg.html)

autobotguy
05-30-2013, 02:19 AM
For my Skar VVX-10D2 I built the recommended ported box that measures 19x15.5x13. Its 1.44 cu.ft. tuned to 33hz. The space that I have available in the hatch of my 2012 Scion XB is 16x16x20. This will take up roughly 1/2 the cargo area in the hatch. Lookin to get a bit more oomph out of this Skar vvx-10. Perhaps later on I'll sell the Kenwood KAC-7205 and go with a Hifonics ZRX1200.1D which on sale for $159.

Again, I'd appreciate any design input you could provide. THANKS!!!

RangerDangerV2
05-30-2013, 02:31 AM
4 sundown sa 12s, saz 3500, max dims are 48 wide, 17 tall, and 37 deep. I want it to be very musical, and play very flat, while still destroying the lows. GO! lol

Reactions
05-30-2013, 02:34 AM
You think I can get the cut sheet for mine, thanks!

Boomsday
05-30-2013, 03:37 AM
02 exploder
2 crossfire xsv2 15s
Slot port on bottom
Subs up flush mount
33-35hz tuning
Looking for alot of port

43wx24hx24d

rhinoky
05-30-2013, 08:37 AM
Glad I could help inspire this thread! Just bought the wood and had it cut yesterday, hopefully starting construction today.

PS: I'm the guy he helped out with the strato 15 box; this guy's the bomb!

rhinoky
05-30-2013, 08:43 AM
I just built a box for my tiburon 35.5w/15.5h/22d and I'm going to have to go through this weekend and round edges and sand down a corner of the double baffle to get it to fit and the rear seats to latch shut. So he will probablly have to do the same.

If you could design one to my current dimensions for an AQ HDC315 on 2200 watts. Sub up/ Slot Port up or forward (whichever you think would sound louder)
I listen to alot of Decaf so tuning lower than my current 35 wouldn't hurt.
My box is 4.0 cuft, heard thats what these like with ~16sqin per cuft of port
Also idk if double baffle flush mount or bracing would be better or if it makes a difference.
I can cut 45's, the one in the pic is 2.75" the point of the port to the 45 is 3.25"
Heres a pic:
aqboxwithdim2_zpsce1d8e1c.png Photo by Tmartin1475 | Photobucket (http://s1141.photobucket.com/user/Tmartin1475/media/aqboxwithdim2_zpsce1d8e1c.png.html)

After messing around on sketchup i think i made my port close to 26.5" long with that 45 messing up my tuning. Is it possible to just cut another 20.5"w piece ~10.5 inches long and butt it up to the existing port to lower my tuning or should I just worry about it when I build the box for the 2200 watt amp? (this is for my overrated 1k amp)

(final edit) ofc i cant stretch port cause i would lose box volume

What year and model tib do you have and what are your trunk dimensions?

naughtyca
05-30-2013, 09:24 AM
Nice of you to do this, i might take you up on it

momax_powers
05-30-2013, 09:38 AM
Sundown x-12 powered by saz-1500v3. (Sub cutout is 11.09" and about 10" deep maybe)
Max dims: 32w 15.5h 15d tuned between 28-32hrz
Sub n slot port back with double baffle ( 1" sub mount thickness, 1/2" flush mount thickness)
Also would like symmetry so either one port on each side or a single port running along the top or bottom

If you could do that it would be awesome and thanks in advance

raptor727
05-30-2013, 02:03 PM
Thanks man it will be going in a 1995 ford aspire hatchback lol sub up port back

nkrell11
05-30-2013, 03:53 PM
Thanks For Doing This. Nice To Help Out People. Good Karma Is On Your Way. One Word Of Advise Be CARFULL Using Your Cell Phone As Wifi, If its Not On Your Cell Phone Plan Its So Easy To Go over your Data Limit. I Personally Went 100 Bucks Over And MyOld Girlfriend had 500.00$ of Overcharges In One Month Using Her Phones Wi Fi To Surf The Web. Just Be Carful Lol That **** ***** When It Happens.
No worries I haz unlimited data.


4 sundown sa 12s, saz 3500, max dims are 48 wide, 17 tall, and 37 deep. I want it to be very musical, and play very flat, while still destroying the lows. GO! lol
So basically sq tuned low? What is this going in I'm guessing SUV but the height makes me think it could be an enormous trunk.


You think I can get the cut sheet for mine, thanks!
Yeah I will upload it and put it under your enclosure design to keep this thread organized unfortunately I don't remember the size or your 45's they were either 4.375 wide or 4.375 wide iirc.


02 exploder
2 crossfire xsv2 15s
Slot port on bottom
Subs up flush mount
33-35hz tuning
Looking for alot of port

43wx24hx24d
Alot as in more than 16in^2/ft or is 16 good?


Sundown x-12 powered by saz-1500v3. (Sub cutout is 11.09" and about 10" deep maybe)
Max dims: 32w 15.5h 15d tuned between 28-32hrz
Sub n slot port back with double baffle ( 1" sub mount thickness, 1/2" flush mount thickness)
Also would like symmetry so either one port on each side or a single port running along the top or bottom

If you could do that it would be awesome and thanks in advance
Alright I should be able to handle that probably do a port on each side because the port ration on the top or bottom would be too small.


Thanks man it will be going in a 1995 ford aspire hatchback lol sub up port back
I should have known it was a hatch nbd let me re-draw you one probably the same dimensions just a different configuration.

I'll try and get these done as fast as I can I didn't expect so many requests but thanks it keeps me thinking. I will ad that I probably won't do these on the weekends since I need drinking time but we will see. If your design isn't done yet please check back as I am trying to do them properly so I'm not rushing I want people to be happy so please be patient.

Boomsday
05-30-2013, 06:03 PM
Just as much as u can get without it effecting tuning so much

nkrell11
05-30-2013, 09:35 PM
I'm having conceptual problems or I'm just brain dead or something tonight so it hasn't been very productive I apologize hopefully I can make more progress tomorrow.


Just as much as u can get without it effecting tuning so much
Tbh I don't think you have enough room with your current dimensions because you're gross volume before any port or sub displacements and before a double baffle is only 12.16 manufacture recomendation is between 5 and 8 cubes ported. With no displacements and single baffle all the way around I managed to get 9.37ft^3 at 33Hz with 14.41in^2 per cube more tweaking could get you more port area but at the cost of volume and tuning maybe I'm missing some big clue but I think that's close to as good as it gets let me know what you think.

For my Skar VVX-10D2 I built the recommended ported box that measures 19x15.5x13. Its 1.44 cu.ft. tuned to 33hz. The space that I have available in the hatch of my 2012 Scion XB is 16x16x20. This will take up roughly 1/2 the cargo area in the hatch. Lookin to get a bit more oomph out of this Skar vvx-10. Perhaps later on I'll sell the Kenwood KAC-7205 and go with a Hifonics ZRX1200.1D which on sale for $159.

Again, I'd appreciate any design input you could provide. THANKS!!!
Which of those dimensions is height width and depth and will there be room for your port to fire rearwards if I draw it up that way or does everything need to face upwards?

nkrell11
05-30-2013, 09:35 PM
double post

goldhamer
05-30-2013, 10:30 PM
hey i have a American Bass XFL 1244 wired to a hifonics brutus 1200.1 at 1 ohm. right now i have it in a sealed box but i would like to put it in a ported box but i have no experience with them. I am butting this in a 2004 Chevy S10 ext cab. my max dimensions are: height- 24 inches, length- 40 inches, and width- 18 inches. Ive also heard 3ft^3 would be good for this sub but i dont know for sure. I would like to have it aero ported with both the port and sub firing up. i would also like it to be flush mounted. I have no clue what a good frequency to tune this box to but from what ive been reading 33 Hz sounds like a good place to start with this sub. if you think differently let me know because im sure you know more then i do haha. I am going to be listening to mostly rap if that helps also. Im hoping to be loud but still have clean bass. if theres anything else you need let me know or if you have any suggestions let me know. Also thank you for taking the time to help all of us out. Im sure everyone really appreciates it.

autobotguy
05-30-2013, 11:09 PM
Which of those dimensions is height width and depth and will there be room for your port to fire rearwards if I draw it up that way or does everything need to face upwards?

I re-measured my hatch and it looks like the room I have available is 16" high, 19" wide and 19" deep. There is no room for the port to face rearwards as the box will be less than an inch away from the rear hatch interior panel. So I guess both woofer and port will have to go on the top. Just the way I have it now with the port up against the rear window and the woofer closer to the rear seat. I guess I could spare an inch off the depth (so its 18" deep) so that there is room for port resonance if the port were to face the rear. I don't know if under 2" between port face and hatch wall would work, or if it would just cause all kinds of port noise. The box I built (based off of Skar Audio's recommended design) has a port that is 11.5" high and 1.25" wide and at high volumes I get tons of port noise. Anyways, I appreciate the assistance and look forwards to any design. Thanks again!

Notabiker
05-30-2013, 11:32 PM
Hi, a guy I worked with gave me a pair of Sony Xplod XS-GTX120LW 4ohm svc when he left the state. I can't seem to find specs on the sub for air space but similar sony's like 1.13 cf ported. I'm looking at getting a RF Rockford Fosgate R500-1D Prime 500 Watt Mono D-class Amplifer which should put out about 250rms into the sub (only using 1 12" in the pickup and the other in a old car for the wife, but that comes later). Looking for SQ with an occasional foray into some 80's or 90's rap. I am hoping you can help me figure out a box for behind the drivers seat of my Nissan Frontier King cab.

Looking for a ported box of the slot variety. I've got a table saw and know how to use it so 45's are no big deal. Also I will be using birch plywood as it's leftover from building a bookshelf and I never built a 2nd one or returned it to the store. It's about 18mm thick or .706" (not sure what the fractional is off hand I just used a caliper on it)

Rough space to work with is
14.5" bottom depth
16" tall
21" wide
9.5" top depth
I'm thinking of having the sub and bottom face 2" up from floor with the port firing forwards at the top of the sloped face. The box can go taller by following the same angle. Any help is appreciated as the only other times I ported my boxes I just called PPI up and they told me what the 4 12" pro's needed and I cut the pipe up.

raptor727
05-31-2013, 06:00 AM
Hey man you don't have to worry about another design for my aspire, i appreciate that though,! looks like your busy so when it calms down for you i have another request my wife just got a 2010 dodge nitro and wanting my other xxx in it lol like i said no rush at all i got nothing but time thanks again man you have been a huge help to alot of us

Boomsday
06-01-2013, 12:33 AM
I'm having conceptual problems or I'm just brain dead or something tonight so it hasn't been very productive I apologize hopefully I can make more progress tomorrow.


Tbh I don't think you have enough room with your current dimensions because you're gross volume before any port or sub displacements and before a double baffle is only 12.16 manufacture recomendation is between 5 and 8 cubes ported. With no displacements and single baffle all the way around I managed to get 9.37ft^3 at 33Hz with 14.41in^2 per cube more tweaking could get you more port area but at the cost of volume and tuning maybe I'm missing some big clue but I think that's close to as good as it gets let me know what you think.

Which of those dimensions is height width and depth and will there be room for your port to fire rearwards if I draw it up that way or does everything need to face upwards?


hmmm

how about

43w 25h 26d

Shroomic
06-01-2013, 06:04 AM
hmmm

how about

43w 25h 26d

If you could go to aero ports you would have more volume than you know what to do with. But it would probably nearly double the price of the build to go with any of the flared style ive found.
(Parts express)

nkrell11
06-01-2013, 10:26 AM
@raptor727 I had one drawn up before your last reply it was the only one that I've managed to do lately everyone else please bear with me I'll try and get some done today since it looks like it's going to rain. Oh and one piece is missing from the cutsheet try as I might I couldn't fit everything on one sheet all you need is the long piece of the port from a 2'x4' sheet or something and you'll be golden.

RE XXX 15 3.6ft^3 32Hz 14.88in^2/ft port.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/REXXX36ft3325Hz1488inft_zps1d639006.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/REXXX36ft3325Hz1488inft_zps1d639006.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/REXXX15Cutsheet_zps49073344.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/REXXX15Cutsheet_zps49073344.jpg.html)

nkrell11
06-02-2013, 02:17 PM
I re-measured my hatch and it looks like the room I have available is 16" high, 19" wide and 19" deep. There is no room for the port to face rearwards as the box will be less than an inch away from the rear hatch interior panel. So I guess both woofer and port will have to go on the top. Just the way I have it now with the port up against the rear window and the woofer closer to the rear seat. I guess I could spare an inch off the depth (so its 18" deep) so that there is room for port resonance if the port were to face the rear. I don't know if under 2" between port face and hatch wall would work, or if it would just cause all kinds of port noise. The box I built (based off of Skar Audio's recommended design) has a port that is 11.5" high and 1.25" wide and at high volumes I get tons of port noise. Anyways, I appreciate the assistance and look forwards to any design. Thanks again!

I have yours finished after running the dimensions of your last box through torres your box was under a foot cubed after port and subwoofer displacements so that could easily explain your lack of output and port noise.


Sundown x-12 powered by saz-1500v3. (Sub cutout is 11.09" and about 10" deep maybe)
Max dims: 32w 15.5h 15d tuned between 28-32hrz
Sub n slot port back with double baffle ( 1" sub mount thickness, 1/2" flush mount thickness)
Also would like symmetry so either one port on each side or a single port running along the top or bottom

If you could do that it would be awesome and thanks in advance

I ran in to a problem when attempting to draw yours when doing a port on each side of the sub the ports would run into each other along the back wall I'd recommend a single slot port or possibly 2 aeros but I'm not positive that aeros would work since I didn't check.

nkrell11
06-02-2013, 02:39 PM
@autobotguy here is your design and cutsheet I forgot to draw in the 45's but I', guessing they'll be an 1.5-2 inches wide.

Skar VVX 10 1.5ft^3 33Hz 14.93in^2/ft
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SkarVVX1015ft333Hz1493in2ft_zpsd78a2684.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SkarVVX1015ft333Hz1493in2ft_zpsd78a2684.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SkarVVX10CutSheet_zps279b87bf.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SkarVVX10CutSheet_zps279b87bf.jpg.html)

@DbDesigns You'll need more than 1 sheet since it wouldn't all fit on one piece.

4 SA 12's 7ft^3 32.5Hz 15.4in^2/ft
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SA12s7ft3325Hz154in2ft_zpsb74e4065.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SA12s7ft3325Hz154in2ft_zpsb74e4065.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SA12sCutSheet_zpsf5a30eb0.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SA12sCutSheet_zpsf5a30eb0.jpg.html)

http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/SA12sCutsheetPrt2_zpsfc0d0c15.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/SA12sCutsheetPrt2_zpsfc0d0c15.jpg.html)

Camarillo
06-02-2013, 07:22 PM
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0770_zps0008aa7c.jpg

http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0776_zps40f28c16.jpg

http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0773_zps2f475602.jpg.

http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0775_zps2037acc9.jpg

nkrell11
06-02-2013, 08:13 PM
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0770_zps0008aa7c.jpg
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0776_zps40f28c16.jpg
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0773_zps2f475602.jpg.
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y433/Camarillo1310/IMAG0775_zps2037acc9.jpg

Alright so it's looking like 47w x 31h x 47d give or take an inch on each but it shouldn't take that much room for 2 15's I'll try and get yours done tomorrow since you've been waiting a while.

momax_powers
06-02-2013, 08:21 PM
I ran in to a problem when attempting to draw yours when doing a port on each side of the sub the ports would run into each other along the back wall I'd recommend a single slot port or possibly 2 aeros but I'm not positive that aeros would work since I didn't check.

what if instead of L ports on each side u did U ports labyrinth style so they dont run into each other

nkrell11
06-02-2013, 09:11 PM
what if instead of L ports on each side u did U ports labyrinth style so they dont run into each other

I've seen it done before actually the possibility just slipped my mind I'll look into it since I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work.

Boomsday
06-02-2013, 09:32 PM
Did the bigger dims not work?

nkrell11
06-02-2013, 09:38 PM
Sorry I haven't gotten back to yours yet I think I'll be able to get to you tomorrow as well.

Camarillo
06-02-2013, 11:37 PM
Cool . My fault for being lazy and not going sooner! It started raining while I was under the back door so took some extra pics if necessary. And yea its a lot more space for 2 15 than needed but just wanted to give max dimensions.

bigk1121
06-03-2013, 05:09 PM
hey i tried to make my own an the design came out ight in my eyes but i dont know too much about car audio. here is the space that i got 15 in tall and 37 in wide and dont worry about the length (my trunk is long lol). i want it ported an tuned to about 32hz. here is the subs : Rockford Fosgate P2D2-12 (P2D212) 12" Dual 2 ohm Punch Stage 2 Sub (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_34856_Rockford-Fosgate-P2D2-12-11P2D212.html) ( i got 2 of them ) they will be here Wednesday, but id like to get it built before then.

CaddieJapan
06-04-2013, 08:32 PM
PM sent

nkrell11
06-04-2013, 09:24 PM
@Camarillo @Boomsday
Got your enclosures drawn up today I'll try and get them up tomorrow.


PM sent
Not to sound like a mean person but would you please copy and paste or retype your request in this thread so I can keep everything together and get to requests in order or close to it I looked at it briefly but keeping everything in here makes my life easier believe it or not. Also what does tantric recommend for those for airspace?

CaddieJapan
06-04-2013, 10:37 PM
Max Dimensions are 38w x 34h x 30d. This is for dual Tantric HDD 18s. They are going to be similar to Fi Sp4s. Would like to do subs up, port back, double baffle, 45s in the corner. Thank you

Nutdawg651
06-05-2013, 01:11 AM
powerbass xxxl 12
14 3/4 h
36 3/4 w
15 d
2 cf , 300 watts rms underrated , 31-36hz wat evers best for deep rap bass , slot port in left side wall ,speaker facing the trunk in front I can cut 45s but whatever u think is best to get the loudest ,, sql ,, appreciate u

Nutdawg651
06-05-2013, 01:15 AM
instead of a double baffle could you add small bracing into the displacement

nkrell11
06-06-2013, 09:36 PM
Sorry guys I've had a busy week and high gas prices have been keeping me at home I'll try to get busy this weekend.

raptor727
06-06-2013, 10:50 PM
nkrell11 ;
there ya go man that's how you tag people, once again thanks you are talented at this

Camarillo
06-06-2013, 11:52 PM
No prob man! We can wait. Shiiit its free I'm not complaining. Take your time! And thanks

nkrell11
06-13-2013, 07:50 PM
Camarillo ;
Enclosure for 2 Mmats juggernaut 15's 8.25ft^3 33Hz 15.5in^2/ft port.
As a side note you could potentially just use a normal 45 in that port I just felt that the larger one would improve airflow you'll need more than 1 sheet of wood too.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJuggs15s825ft333Hz155in2ft_zps1af0b929.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJuggs15s825ft333Hz155in2ft_zps1af0b929.jpg.ht ml)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJug15sCutsheetPrt1_zpsf8721463.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJug15sCutsheetPrt1_zpsf8721463.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJugCutsheetPrt2_zpse25cb89a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJugCutsheetPrt2_zpse25cb89a.jpg.html)
Boomsday ;
I managed to get the ten cubes and such from your dimensions however I need to recheck the volume because after looking at the sp4 18 displacement I may have guestimated to high so it will probably net you a little more volume like .5 cubes or so lower tuning only downsize would be losing a little port area overall.

Enclosure for 2 Crossfire XSV2 18's 10.16ft^3 35.76Hz 15.26in^2/ft
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218sVeiw2_zps422b410a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218sVeiw2_zps422b410a.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218s10163576Hz1526in2ftView1_zps82d26e da.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218s10163576Hz1526in2ftView1_zps82d26e da.jpg.html)

Sorry to everyone else I've been working tens this week so I've been too busy I will try and catch up.

bassman_soundki
06-13-2013, 08:56 PM
Nice thread bro!

Boomsday
06-13-2013, 10:23 PM
Camarillo ;
Enclosure for 2 Mmats juggernaut 15's 8.25ft^3 33Hz 15.5in^2/ft port.
As a side note you could potentially just use a normal 45 in that port I just felt that the larger one would improve airflow you'll need more than 1 sheet of wood too.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJuggs15s825ft333Hz155in2ft_zps1af0b929.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJuggs15s825ft333Hz155in2ft_zps1af0b929.jpg.ht ml)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJug15sCutsheetPrt1_zpsf8721463.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJug15sCutsheetPrt1_zpsf8721463.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/MMATSJugCutsheetPrt2_zpse25cb89a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/MMATSJugCutsheetPrt2_zpse25cb89a.jpg.html)
Boomsday ;
I managed to get the ten cubes and such from your dimensions however I need to recheck the volume because after looking at the sp4 18 displacement I may have guestimated to high so it will probably net you a little more volume like .5 cubes or so lower tuning only downsize would be losing a little port area overall.

Enclosure for 2 Crossfire XSV2 18's 10.16ft^3 35.76Hz 15.26in^2/ft
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218sVeiw2_zps422b410a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218sVeiw2_zps422b410a.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218s10163576Hz1526in2ftView1_zps82d26e da.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/CrossfireXSV218s10163576Hz1526in2ftView1_zps82d26e da.jpg.html)

Sorry to everyone else I've been working tens this week so I've been too busy I will try and catch up.

Thanks bro, they where 15s tho

nkrell11
06-14-2013, 08:07 AM
Aww **** I must have misread somewhere anyhow let me run the dims through torres when I get home and get you the final enclosure specs.

garretttt4
06-14-2013, 09:02 PM
Two oz audio power 12.1's. Max dimensions are 26"w, 13"t, 31"d in a 2003 Chrysler Sebring lxi. Wanna do like 3000 watts to em. They like about 2 cubes I think.... Tuned to 30hz. Preferably the same design as boomsday's box. Thanks.

KJThaDon
06-15-2013, 04:32 AM
Vehicle: 2002 Ford Explorer
Subwoofers: 3x 12" Kicker CVX - 2cf each
RMS: 750 each (will be running 2200RMS to all)
Max Width: 43"
Max Height: 24"
Max Depth: 26"
Tuned @: 34hz

I appreciate it, Thank you for this!

nkrell11
06-17-2013, 09:03 PM
Well guys I'm really sorry to say this but you're going to have to wait longer our seek help elsewhere the charger for my MacBook pro sorted out and died on me do I can't use sketchup, and I can only access the internet except for with my phone which is a pita I only use the old PC fossil at home for torres I apologize for all the inconvenience. I'm working on getting a new one but they're kinda pricey and money is a little tight right now.

bassman_soundki
06-17-2013, 09:10 PM
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Hope this helps!

nkrell11
06-17-2013, 09:17 PM
It probably would if the link would work on my phone :( I'll try and look at it at work or something.

bassman_soundki
06-17-2013, 09:46 PM
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yogles
06-18-2013, 05:33 AM
Can anyone help design an enclosure for my subs (Precision Power A12 specs on site). I have 2 and they are being powered by a Soundstream Picasso P1.1500D. The subs are 2 Ohm DVC, each sub is wired up showing 4 Ohm load and amp is therefore producing 1000W at 2 Ohms. The fixed height and width I have to work with is 14.5 x 40". At the moment they are in a prefab enclosure each sub in own sealed 1ft3 section but not really giving enough output. I listen to a wide variety of music but would like something that pumps out bass. Any further info please post.

garretttt4
06-19-2013, 12:40 AM
Ppl with under 5 posts should not get free anything imo.... Just joining to get something free. Just saying. Haha

raptor727
06-20-2013, 05:57 AM
that ***** about your notebook you did great work hope to see you back at it soon

Nutdawg651
06-20-2013, 06:15 AM
Hell yeah I need a revision on my box and he has good designs lol he was gettin close to my box post I left on here sh1t ! ,great work tho theres not many ppl out there that would do this and for free , :eek::fro::)great man!

RangerDangerV2
06-20-2013, 07:02 AM
forget torres, you know that sketchup can solve for volume right...

nkrell11
06-24-2013, 12:06 PM
Well ordered a new charger so I hope to be back at it soon.

lnsomnia
06-25-2013, 01:14 AM
I'm not requesting a design, but I just wanted to say some of these boxes look very nice and it's cool to see people like you helping others out.

Austin175
06-25-2013, 10:32 AM
Vehicle: 97 Grand Cherokee
Subs: 4x sa 12s( subject to change to 2x Nightshade v3 15s once Jacob puts specs out)
Amp: 2 Creacendo 3kwp ( so up to 6k rms )
Width: 40"
Height: 18"
Depth: 25"
Subs up areo port back, double baffle an flush mount if possible. I mainly listen to metal and decaf( I know that's a wide stretch ) so maybe 35hrtz tuning. Thank you for helping out bro.

ChaseinBass
08-03-2013, 01:53 PM
I would have thought with all the FREE help someone would have atleast hooked this poor guy up with a power supply for his computer so he could continue to give you FREE plans and maybe some gas money lol Peeps are cheap !! amazing!!

nkrell11
08-03-2013, 02:59 PM
To be honest after I got my laptop charger I have been way too busy changing schools, doing my own build, moving out of my apartment that i really haven't had time I'm really hoping my life slows down soon.

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 04:10 PM
Still doing any designs?

nkrell11
09-11-2013, 07:42 PM
Still doing any designs?

Well back when I started this thread used to use my razr as a hotspot and then I accidentally broke it when picking up a table saw, now I have an iPhone which I hate and doesn't make hotspots. I felt like I had fallen so far behind that starting to do them wouldn't even help people anymore because they probably had taken there needs elsewhere or written me off. I could/would be willing to start again provided no one got too butthurt that I never did there's because I had so many **** difficulties technology/schedule wise. So long story short I will start doing them again but I will not go back to the old ones because I feel they are most likely no longer needed the same don't rush me/ don't ***** policy still applies.

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 07:46 PM
H3ll yeah I feel you , cant do sh1t on a iphone I got the iphone 4 , but ive been watching this thread since it started very interested your the sh1t for helping ppl out like that if interested ive got a pretty easy one for you

nkrell11
09-11-2013, 07:53 PM
Alright hit me with it I can probably draw it tonight or tomorrow but I won't be able I upload it from my computer until Friday.

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 08:08 PM
Fine with me subs are still shipping til next week let me go grab some measurements quick its gonna be sealed for 4 12s

nkrell11
09-11-2013, 08:13 PM
Fine with me subs are still shipping til next week let me go grab some measurements quick its gonna be sealed for 4 12s

Alright that's fine also if you'd be so kind as to include the volume you had in mind for net total an the displacement of the subs and what you had in mind for single or double baffle id appreciate it.

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 08:52 PM
Ok so basicly what the manual reads is each 12 will need 2 cuft and in that cuft it will already include woofer and port displacement as im using aero ports , I have 13.19 cuft to play with so all im looking for is a sealed box with 4 chambers each chamber being 2 cuft exact without altering the box being (cutholes and ports) , im working with 15h ,40 w (variable but id like to kinda keep the box somewhat 40 w so it doesnt move between the wheel wells) and , 38 d being the variable number that you can do whatever with to achieve 8 cubes itll be the hifonics hfx 12d4 , ran on a hfi 1500d @ 1 ohm giving each woofer an extra 75 rms head room

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 08:53 PM
Ok so basicly what the manual reads is each 12 will need 2 cuft and in that cuft it will already include woofer and port displacement as im using aero ports , I have 13.19 cuft to play with so all im looking for is a sealed box with 4 chambers each chamber being 2 cuft exact without altering the box being (cutholes and ports) , im working with 15h ,40 w (variable but id like to kinda keep the box somewhat 40 w so it doesnt move between the wheel wells) and , 38 d being the variable number that you can do whatever with to achieve 8 cubes itll be the hifonics hfx 12d4 , ran on a hfi 1500d @ 1 ohm giving each woofer an extra 75 rms head room


Oh and the ports will be 4 inch aero ports cut to 12.5 length

nkrell11
09-11-2013, 09:34 PM
Ok so basicly what the manual reads is each 12 will need 2 cuft and in that cuft it will already include woofer and port displacement as im using aero ports , I have 13.19 cuft to play with so all im looking for is a sealed box with 4 chambers each chamber being 2 cuft exact without altering the box being (cutholes and ports) , im working with 15h ,40 w (variable but id like to kinda keep the box somewhat 40 w so it doesnt move between the wheel wells) and , 38 d being the variable number that you can do whatever with to achieve 8 cubes itll be the hifonics hfx 12d4 , ran on a hfi 1500d @ 1 ohm giving each woofer an extra 75 rms head room

Wait I'm confused you want me to draw a sealed 4 chambered box that is 8ft^3 net that you plan on porting later with what I assume to be a 4 inch aero coming from each chamber? However what I think you didn't realize unless your porting upwards is that with 4 chambers not all your ports will fit on the same face because your 2ft^3 chambers will be staggered essentially your box will have dead space because each woofer can't be placed right next to the other one. (I drew the request from Austin while waiting for your dimensions which I feel has similar parameters and a similar constraints I you wait until Friday to see it I think this might change your mind or something similar may better serve your purposes.)

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 09:50 PM
Yeah I was gonna put a port on each side of the box sounds weird but its was a thought in my head to come up with one chamber a mirror it 4 ways you see just an idea

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 09:57 PM
Hell if your idea comes out better shoot for it

nkrell11
09-11-2013, 10:05 PM
See the problem with porting each way is you're likely to have some major cancellation issues and it would probably sound awful. I'll tag you Friday when I upload the similar one and we can go from there.

Nutdawg651
09-11-2013, 10:10 PM
But if yours is better go for it by all means

Nutdawg651
09-12-2013, 12:40 AM
Im looking for 33-38 hz for rap and r&b for my girl

nkrell11
09-13-2013, 10:38 AM
Nutdawg651;

4 SA-12's 6.05ft^3 35Hz 9.35in^2/ft of port area 14in Aero's. You'd need to play with the woofer placement but this should work.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/4SA-12s605ft335Hz935in2ft14inAero_zps08e06358.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/4SA-12s605ft335Hz935in2ft14inAero_zps08e06358.jpg.html )
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/4SA-12sView2_zps4a92e590.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/4SA-12sView2_zps4a92e590.jpg.html)

Nutdawg651
09-13-2013, 12:48 PM
The reason id want chambers is because if one woofer is defective I dont wanna hurt the rest

Nutdawg651
09-13-2013, 01:01 PM
But I do like it

nkrell11
09-15-2013, 01:00 PM
But I do like it

What if it was to be two separate chambers rather than 4?

Nutdawg651
09-15-2013, 01:10 PM
Naw everytime I run 2 or 4 I like to do seperate ive never had an issue with cancellation ciuld you explain a little more on it , and I guess I would consider 2 chambers do you need the specs on the hfx12d4

nkrell11
09-15-2013, 01:18 PM
I can give you my best technical description as I understand it which hopefully helps. So say you have two ports in your box each one facing a wheel well (I realize you want to use one in each direction but this is just an analogy) when the waves of sound travel out of the port they will hit the wheel well and refract back towards the center of the vehicle and into the cabin. So when these two sets of waves meet or clash in the center what you get is a loss of output because the waves energies diminish one another rather than say just bouncing off the rear of the vehicle an into the cabin. Does this help or make sense?

Nutdawg651
09-15-2013, 01:41 PM
So like what if it was 4 chambers like a + sign and right at the edges were all the line meet put the ports in the corners facing up as well as the subs facing up

nkrell11
09-15-2013, 09:43 PM
Never heard a sub up port up in a trunk but it might work. I have another question though I don't think you need chambers I mean if one fails you should be able to tell I mean you'd either be able to smell it or hear it I would hope I understand not wanting to damage the others but its not like you're brutalizing them or anything so any other reasons for the chambers?

Nutdawg651
09-16-2013, 09:34 AM
Just so every sub gets proper internal to get louder

nkrell11
09-16-2013, 12:16 PM
Couple other enclosures that I've designed since getting back to doing them.

Single box for ZV3 10 1.24ft^3 net 15.07in^2/ft port area 33.4Hz
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/null_zps8775afce.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/null_zps8775afce.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/null_zps026ad7db.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/null_zps026ad7db.jpg.html)
Threatcon 15" 3.5ft^3 net 33Hz 15.4in^2/ft port area
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/null_zpsc51e7d07.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/null_zpsc51e7d07.jpg.html)

alec14
09-16-2013, 12:56 PM
Never heard a sub up port up in a trunk but it might work. I have another question though I don't think you need chambers I mean if one fails you should be able to tell I mean you'd either be able to smell it or hear it I would hope I understand not wanting to damage the others but its not like you're brutalizing them or anything so any other reasons for the chambers?

Busy with any designs right now? If not and you have the time, I'd greatly appreciate a design that I need. I'm doing 3 Soundqubed sdc 2.0 8's, in a slot ported box. They'll all be wired to 2.6 ohms, with around 500 watts going to them all together for now. Max dimensions are 37" wide, 14" tall, and 15" deep. Here's a link to the subs: https://www.soundqubed.com/NEW-Street-Duty-SDC20-8-D4-Subwoofer_p_69.html
If you need any more info, please let me know. And thank you again!

nkrell11
09-16-2013, 09:34 PM
Busy with any designs right now? If not and you have the time, I'd greatly appreciate a design that I need. I'm doing 3 Soundqubed sdc 2.0 8's, in a slot ported box. They'll all be wired to 2.6 ohms, with around 500 watts going to them all together for now. Max dimensions are 37" wide, 14" tall, and 15" deep. Here's a link to the subs: https://www.soundqubed.com/NEW-Street-Duty-SDC20-8-D4-Subwoofer_p_69.html
If you need any more info, please let me know. And thank you again!

I have one To do for a single ia dp but I think I can get yours in tomorrow as well. Did you have a tune in mind I know most sq/aq subs are supposed to have higher tunings like 35-40hz don't know if you can run them lower or not.

nkrell11
09-16-2013, 09:54 PM
Never heard a sub up port up in a trunk but it might work. I have another question though I don't think you need chambers I mean if one fails you should be able to tell I mean you'd either be able to smell it or hear it I would hope I understand not wanting to damage the others but its not like you're brutalizing them or anything so any other reasons for the chambers?

Nutdawg651
09-16-2013, 10:28 PM
Nutdawg651;

4 SA-12's 6.05ft^3 35Hz 9.35in^2/ft of port area 14in Aero's. You'd need to play with the woofer placement but this should work.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/4SA-12s605ft335Hz935in2ft14inAero_zps08e06358.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/4SA-12s605ft335Hz935in2ft14inAero_zps08e06358.jpg.html )
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/4SA-12sView2_zps4a92e590.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/4SA-12sView2_zps4a92e590.jpg.html)

This is what dbeez told me about this box

I recommend a 6" aero per 12 I feel box needs to be a bit bigger now I see why everyone says sa subs are louder in higher frequencies that small a box will causee a peaky box.

alec14
09-16-2013, 11:07 PM
I have one To do for a single ia dp but I think I can get yours in tomorrow as well. Did you have a tune in mind I know most sq/aq subs are supposed to have higher tunings like 35-40hz don't know if you can run them lower or not.

Sounds good man, thank you. and 35 would be great

nkrell11
09-17-2013, 12:25 PM
Busy with any designs right now? If not and you have the time, I'd greatly appreciate a design that I need. I'm doing 3 Soundqubed sdc 2.0 8's, in a slot ported box. They'll all be wired to 2.6 ohms, with around 500 watts going to them all together for now. Max dimensions are 37" wide, 14" tall, and 15" deep. Here's a link to the subs: https://www.soundqubed.com/NEW-Street-Duty-SDC20-8-D4-Subwoofer_p_69.html
If you need any more info, please let me know. And thank you again!

I have one To do for a single ia dp but I think I can get yours in tomorrow as well. Did you have a tune in mind I know most sq/aq subs are supposed to have higher tunings like 35-40hz don't know if you can run them lower or not.

nkrell11
09-17-2013, 12:40 PM
Busy with any designs right now? If not and you have the time, I'd greatly appreciate a design that I need. I'm doing 3 Soundqubed sdc 2.0 8's, in a slot ported box. They'll all be wired to 2.6 ohms, with around 500 watts going to them all together for now. Max dimensions are 37" wide, 14" tall, and 15" deep. Here's a link to the subs: https://www.soundqubed.com/NEW-Street-Duty-SDC20-8-D4-Subwoofer_p_69.html
If you need any more info, please let me know. And thank you again!

I have one To do for a single ia dp but I think I can get yours in tomorrow as well. Did you have a tune in mind I know most sq/aq subs are supposed to have higher tunings like 35-40hz don't know if you can run them lower or not.

alec14
09-17-2013, 01:52 PM
I have one To do for a single ia dp but I think I can get yours in tomorrow as well. Did you have a tune in mind I know most sq/aq subs are supposed to have higher tunings like 35-40hz don't know if you can run them lower or not.

35 would be great, thank you

nkrell11
09-17-2013, 03:05 PM
This is what dbeez told me about this box
Doesn't surprise me that much the constraints that were given to me didn't leave many options a slot port would have been better but I did what he asked and with the power that he had the larger volume could have caused problems.


35 would be great, thank you
Alright I have one drawn up for you that I'll hopefully have uploaded by tomorrow.

alec14
09-17-2013, 09:20 PM
Doesn't surprise me that much the constraints that were given to me didn't leave many options a slot port would have been better but I did what he asked and with the power that he had the larger volume could have caused problems.


Alright I have one drawn up for you that I'll hopefully have uploaded by tomorrow.

sounds good man, I'm really excited to see it. Thanks! If it'd be easier to send through text or email, just let me know

Notabiker
09-18-2013, 03:24 AM
Hi, a guy I worked with gave me a pair of Sony Xplod XS-GTX120LW 4ohm svc when he left the state. I can't seem to find specs on the sub for air space but similar sony's like 1.13 cf ported. I'm looking at getting a RF Rockford Fosgate R500-1D Prime 500 Watt Mono D-class Amplifer which should put out about 250rms into the sub (only using 1 12" in the pickup and the other in a old car for the wife, but that comes later). Looking for SQ with an occasional foray into some 80's or 90's rap. I am hoping you can help me figure out a box for behind the drivers seat of my Nissan Frontier King cab.

Looking for a ported box of the slot variety. I've got a table saw and know how to use it so 45's are no big deal. Also I will be using birch plywood as it's leftover from building a bookshelf and I never built a 2nd one or returned it to the store. It's about 18mm thick or .706" (not sure what the fractional is off hand I just used a caliper on it)

Rough space to work with is
14.5" bottom depth
16" tall
21" wide
9.5" top depth
I'm thinking of having the sub and bottom face 2" up from floor with the port firing forwards at the top of the sloped face. The box can go taller by following the same angle. Any help is appreciated as the only other times I ported my boxes I just called PPI up and they told me what the 4 12" pro's needed and I cut the pipe up.

Hey nkrell11 if you are game I still haven't messed with these at all. No amp yet either but I'm back to work in a few weeks so I'll have money to play again.

Thanks either way Sir

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 10:22 AM
alec14; AQ SDC 2.0 8's 2.5ft^3 Net 35.23Hz 15in^2/ft of port area.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/AQSDC20Cutsheet_zpsf62f437b.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/AQSDC20Cutsheet_zpsf62f437b.jpg.html)
Reinhardt; IA DP 12 2.2ft^3 33Hz 14.87in/ft.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg.html)
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/IADP12CutSheet_zps21fb67fe.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/IADP12CutSheet_zps21fb67fe.jpg.html)

Nutdawg651
09-18-2013, 10:27 AM
alec14; AQ SDC 2.0 8's 2.5ft^3 Net 35.23Hz 15in^2/ft of port area.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg.html) Reinhardt; IA DP 12 2.2ft^3 33Hz 14.87in/ft.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg.html)

Did you happen to make a cut sheet for the ia box?

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 12:04 PM
Did you happen to make a cut sheet for the ia box?

No but I could tonight.

Nutdawg651
09-18-2013, 12:16 PM
No but I could tonight.

How bout for both the ia and audioques i wanna see how both sound lol thanks bro

alec14
09-18-2013, 03:26 PM
alec14; AQ SDC 2.0 8's 2.5ft^3 Net 35.23Hz 15in^2/ft of port area.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQSDC208s25ft33523Hz15in2ft_zps5fd0742a.jpg.html)
Reinhardt; IA DP 12 2.2ft^3 33Hz 14.87in/ft.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/IADP1222ft333Hz1487inft_zps3a65ba43.jpg.html)

Thanks man! What lengths would I have to add to make it 3 cubic feet net? And jw, what's a cut sheet?

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 09:01 PM
Thanks man! What lengths would I have to add to make it 3 cubic feet net? And jw, what's a cut sheet?

Well the box would most likely need to be totally reconfigured as the tuning and everything would be affected by the change I just chose the middle recommended volume for 3 8's from the aq website. A cut sheet basically shows how to get the most out of a sheet of wood when cutting pieces for your enclosure there is examples earlier in the thread.

dbeez
09-18-2013, 09:19 PM
Ok so your just going to the company website looking at what they say and go off that.

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 09:32 PM
Ok so your just going to the company website looking at what they say and go off that.

For volumes on some of the enclosures yes if someone wanted a different volume then I design what they want, I don't have a fancy modeling software or some magic pixie dust for designs. Am I expected to know what AQ 8's like for volume off the top of my head? I know you didn't like the box for sundown 12's but because of the volume and port area but because of what he wanted I didn't have many options due to the limited amount of ways to mount 4 12's on a 40x25 surface and still fit ports since he wanted aero's

dbeez
09-18-2013, 09:41 PM
Its not about pixie dust or modeling software its about knowing when to say you dont have the proper room or when to know what a sub will like based off its specs I like your doing free designs its cool but theirs a ton of research and knowledge in buoldong and designing boxes. I know you may not want to **** off someone but just designing whatever they want no matter if you know its a bad idea or not isnt a good idea at that point your not really helping.

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 09:50 PM
I think I know what you're referring to concerning the 4 hifonics 12's in the trunk. I guess I was trying to be polite I don't like sounding like one of those overbearing assholes who say everything is impossible I don't want to start like all the people on caco that repeatedly shoot people down. I was hoping my subtle hints about he wanted sounding poor would make him change his mind but to no avail apparently. If he was insistent on running 4 12's in the trunk I would have most likely have said run them sealed at this point. (If that's not what your talking about then I'm carrying on pointlessly other than what I said about not trying to be overbearing.)

On a side note I do look at manufacturer recommendations for volume and tuning I don't generally just blindly throw volumes and tunings in and run with them.

alec14
09-18-2013, 10:12 PM
Well the box would most likely need to be totally reconfigured as the tuning and everything would be affected by the change I just chose the middle recommended volume for 3 8's from the aq website. A cut sheet basically shows how to get the most out of a sheet of wood when cutting pieces for your enclosure there is examples earlier in the thread.

Okay, well that'll work for me man, thanks. I'll let you know how the box turns out when I get it built this weekend!

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 10:15 PM
Okay, well that'll work for me man, thanks. I'll let you know how the box turns out when I get it built this weekend!

If you'd like I could re-do it for 3 cubes but that sounds like quite a bit to me that's like 1 cube per 8.

alec14
09-18-2013, 10:25 PM
If you'd like I could re-do it for 3 cubes but that sounds like quite a bit to me that's like 1 cube per 8.

when I called Soundqubed, that's what they said they normally do. But if it won't fit in the same lengths as the other one, it's okay. All I have available to give up is maybe 2 more inches of depth anyways

nkrell11
09-18-2013, 10:48 PM
I can look into what adding 2 inches would do for volume tomorrow and if it gets close to 3 cubes I'll draw it up for you or if not I'll let you know what it nets.

momax_powers
09-19-2013, 01:34 AM
Sundown x-12 powered by saz-1500v3. (Sub cutout is 11.09" and about 10" deep maybe)
Max dims: 32w 15.5h 15d tuned between 28-32hrz
Sub n slot port back with double baffle ( 1" sub mount thickness, 1/2" flush mount thickness)
Also would like symmetry so either one port on each side or a single port running along the top or bottom

If you could do that it would be awesome and thanks in advance


what if instead of L ports on each side u did U ports labyrinth style so they dont run into each other

was wondering if you were able to finish this...i know it was a few months ago but if have time i'd appreciate it

nkrell11
09-19-2013, 10:05 PM
when I called Soundqubed, that's what they said they normally do. But if it won't fit in the same lengths as the other one, it's okay. All I have available to give up is maybe 2 more inches of depth anyways
Well if you make it 2 inches deeper I can get it up to 2.9 net with a 35.5hz tune and a decent amount of port area let me know and I can draw it up for you tomorrow.

was wondering if you were able to finish this...i know it was a few months ago but if have time i'd appreciate it
Never did get to it but I will look into it tomorrow.

alec14
09-19-2013, 10:55 PM
Well if you make it 2 inches deeper I can get it up to 2.9 net with a 35.5hz tune and a decent amount of port area let me know and I can draw it up for you tomorrow.

Never did get to it but I will look into it tomorrow.

yeah, I think i can give that up. That'd be great, i'd love to start on this box by like 5 tomorrow, if I could possibly have by the design by then, It'd be greatly appreciated!

nkrell11
09-20-2013, 10:41 AM
yeah, I think i can give that up. That'd be great, i'd love to start on this box by like 5 tomorrow, if I could possibly have by the design by then, It'd be greatly appreciated!

I have it done I just need to find some wifi or put it on my phone and text it to you.

nkrell11
09-20-2013, 01:59 PM
AQ 8's 2.92ft^3 net 35.5Hz 14.98in^2/ft of port area.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQ8s292ft3355Hz1498in2ft_zps0be053c7.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQ8s292ft3355Hz1498in2ft_zps0be053c7.jpg.html)

alec14
09-20-2013, 02:15 PM
AQ 8's 2.92ft^3 net 35.5Hz 14.98in^2/ft of port area.
http://i1271.photobucket.com/albums/jj631/nkrell11/chive%20ish/AQ8s292ft3355Hz1498in2ft_zps0be053c7.jpg (http://s1271.photobucket.com/user/nkrell11/media/chive%20ish/AQ8s292ft3355Hz1498in2ft_zps0be053c7.jpg.html)

which box do you think would be better, this one or the smaller one?

nkrell11
09-20-2013, 06:16 PM
which box do you think would be better, this one or the smaller one?
Idk hard to tell probably the larger one on low power but for more power I would do the smaller one I think it would be a toss up otherwise.

alec14
09-20-2013, 08:10 PM
Idk hard to tell probably the larger one on low power but for more power I would do the smaller one I think it would be a toss up otherwise.

okay, thanks. Buildin the big one then! lol

Biggiesmails72
09-21-2013, 07:09 PM
Want a ported box for my BRZ15D4 (manual here http://www.hifonics.com/current_manuals/hifonics_brutus_brz_subwoofer_manual.pdf )

Ideally the width shouldnt be any longer than 39, and if the height could be less than 14 that would be great. Does it matter if the box is straight? If i can have it going diagonally in my trunk i could get a lot more width. Also if you need to go above 14 inches in height let me know by how much, Ill be listening to a looot of rap wiith this. Gonna fit this in a Subaru 03 Forester.

burgundy
09-21-2013, 08:01 PM
In desperate need of a cut sheet for 2x T215d4s. I want a vent ported box, tuned to roughly 35-40hz. I listen to mostly hip-hop, but play most kinds of music from time to time. They are going into the trunk of a 2011 Impala. I do not have the exact dimensions for this yet. I don't know if any other members own one, but if you could help me out that would be great. I know for sure the height is at least 18" but I'm pretty sure its higher. I know the width exceeds 36" and is probably more around 42". Length of the trunk is not gonna be an issue because this is a huge trunk. I will try to figure out the openeing to the mouth of the trunk. I could also remove the seats and go in that way. I would be very appreciative as I have searched everywhere for a cut sheet for these subs that I have been sitting on since returning from overseas and have yet to enjoy.

nkrell11
09-23-2013, 09:42 AM
Sorry guys I had a really busy weekend and didn't get into any designs I will get to them as soon as I can.

nkrell11
09-25-2013, 11:08 AM
momax_powers; I looked into your design and I've decided that whatever I came up with wouldn't perform well due to your constraints, a single slot port with those dimensions would do well but 2 slots would be liable to have a large amount of port noise.

EXTREMECHEVYMAN
09-25-2013, 11:11 AM
Could u help me out. Here is some info on vehicle, subs, an amp.
Vehicle : 94 Chevrolet FS Blazer 2dr K1500
Location in the vehicle: rear
Space available (Length x Width x Height):
Subwoofer make and model: HDC3 copper
Subwoofer Size: 10''
Number of Subwoofers: 3
Type of Port (Kerfed, Slot, Aero, etc.): slot
What type of music do you like?: all
Is your goal SPL or Everyday Music?: spl
Tuning Freq (Hz): 40-45hz
Volume : 5.5
AMP: AQ 3500.1
Questions:
I have set an come up with this but don't know if it would be good enough.
36x24x18
7.41 internal volume
6.0762 net volume
before subs an port
4.7012 net volume after port an subs
97.2192 sq'' of port area
port
5.5''w x 24''t x 18''d

momax_powers
09-26-2013, 03:32 AM
momax_powers; I looked into your design and I've decided that whatever I came up with wouldn't perform well due to your constraints, a single slot port with those dimensions would do well but 2 slots would be liable to have a large amount of port noise.

No worries man ...i appreciate the effort... How about something you would recommend within those dims then... Ive been trying to come up with a symmetric design too but am coming across the same issues ... I guess ill have to settle with what works

BAPEKC
09-26-2013, 09:12 AM
Good day.

I have a 2000 Volkswagen jetta.

Trunk space available is 25" x 36" x 17" (L,W,H)

Subwoofer is a orion hcca 15.2

Amplifier is a skar 4500.1 on stock electrical no batteries.

I would like a vented enclosure into the cabin.Im going to have the port facing forward and seal around the enclosure. A low tuned box would be great (29 - 32 hz) . I play all kinds of music.

Ideally you can use all space available I don't need a trunk lol.

Thanks!

nkrell11
09-26-2013, 10:42 AM
No worries man ...i appreciate the effort... How about something you would recommend within those dims then... Ive been trying to come up with a symmetric design too but am coming across the same issues ... I guess ill have to settle with what works


Good day.

I have a 2000 Volkswagen jetta.

Trunk space available is 25" x 36" x 17" (L,W,H)

Subwoofer is a orion hcca 15.2

Amplifier is a skar 4500.1 on stock electrical no batteries.

I would like a vented enclosure into the cabin.Im going to have the port facing forward and seal around the enclosure. A low tuned box would be great (29 - 32 hz) . I play all kinds of music.

Ideally you can use all space available I don't need a trunk lol.

Thanks!

Currently my computer is inoperable so I don't know how long it will be until I can get back to these, I'm dead in the water :(

alec14
10-07-2013, 03:51 PM
Currently my computer is inoperable so I don't know how long it will be until I can get back to these, I'm dead in the water :(

hey, are you still doing designs man?

nkrell11
10-07-2013, 09:17 PM
hey, are you still doing designs man?

Well my computer is still down bit when it gets to be working again I will let you know.

alec14
10-08-2013, 01:05 PM
Well my computer is still down bit when it gets to be working again I will let you know.

okay, thanks man

nkrell11
12-23-2013, 12:10 AM
okay, thanks man

Back in the game anybody want one? I have some time on my hands this week and next.

alec14
12-24-2013, 10:12 AM
Back in the game anybody want one? I have some time on my hands this week and next.

It's all good, I got the box I needed already. But I'll keep it in mind for the future man!

Ahmed Johnson
12-24-2013, 11:01 AM
08 trailblazer. The space you can use is 40 inches wide by 30 deep. Its a truck so height isn't an issue. 4 alpine type r 12d2. Ported, tuned frequency between 33-37hz 35 being ideal. currently on a 2500 brutus elite by hifonics.

timhof13
12-24-2013, 11:16 AM
Back in the game anybody want one? I have some time on my hands this week and next.

Nick I need a box for a pair of skar Ivx 12 ported tuned to 33 htz. Basic box for a SUV say 46 inches wide. Still have that box for a single 10 laying around

basswiigee
12-24-2013, 11:23 AM
Good day.

I have a 2000 Volkswagen jetta.

Trunk space available is 25" x 36" x 17" (L,W,H)

Subwoofer is a orion hcca 15.2

Amplifier is a skar 4500.1 on stock electrical no batteries.

I would like a vented enclosure into the cabin.Im going to have the port facing forward and seal around the enclosure. A low tuned box would be great (29 - 32 hz) . I play all kinds of music.

Ideally you can use all space available I don't need a trunk lol.

Thanks!

lol, good luck running that 4500 on stock elec.....