View Full Version : Angular shaped enclosure
12-04-2004, 09:14 PM
hey guys. I am building an sealed enclosure with limited space so it looks pretty wired and I think its not a bad thing. Basically this is my design http://members.roadfly.com/grim_chel/sub.jpg (chambers are not connected by the way) Each chamber is 1122 in^3 and here is site with my sub's manual (its a PSW210) http://www.alphasonik.com/200Series_Woofer.pdf Will I be able to use this kind of enclosure with my sub or I need something more squre? And is it enough cubic inches to play with.
12-05-2004, 05:24 PM
You guys need more explonations or anything just ask. I don't think its such a hard question to answer if you at least built enclosure in your lifitime. 29 views and 0 replys.
Sry for inpsions but I have limited time on buying supplies. And would like to know if I am going in the right path.
12-05-2004, 05:35 PM
talk to Jmac.
12-05-2004, 05:41 PM
I assume you mean 1.122
If they are seperated give the dimension for one chamber.
I'll help you.
are you using MDF? an what size.
need internal dimensions of one chamber. is the box connected some how?
12-05-2004, 05:42 PM
yeah you pay jmac 15 bucks and he will design one for you.
12-05-2004, 05:43 PM
Never mind just looked again and what you want is totally out of my league.
12-05-2004, 07:07 PM
That shape will work as long as your subs can fit in the chamber or if you mount them inverted. Talk to me or Jmac if you want a design actually built. That and i believe it is a tad bit over 1122 in^3. Unless my math is wrong you would get nearly double that.
12-05-2004, 07:16 PM
eh scratch the math thing i was wrong brain isn't working today
12-05-2004, 11:21 PM
Ok first of all thanks for the replys guys. After reading around I found out that I have to divide my cubic inches by 1728 in order to get the number I was looking for. So doing that each chamber would be ~.6 when I actually need 1.0 for best result. After thinking and figuring out for a while I desided to go with much simplier shape - right trapezoid, but cutting the depth of now joined enclosure by 1". If I will have time later on I will scan the picture with demensions I made.