View Full Version : How do you find the Cubic feet on odd box size

MasterBlast

12-28-2004, 01:33 AM

I know how to find the cubic feet of a box when its all the same all around like if its just a square box I can figurer it out. But how do u know the cubic feet when the depth of the box is bigger then top? I don’t understand how you find it then. Example box length 32'' box height 24" box depth on bottom 12" box depth on top 6" what do you do to figurer out th c/f on something like that?

I need to now cuz I have to build a new box for my (1) of my 10" l7 tomorrow I might try to port it but I have no clue how to build a ported box so it might just be sealed

Acidburn

12-28-2004, 01:36 AM

if it still uses flat panels, just check a geometry book

MasterBlast

12-28-2004, 01:45 AM

ha all i can say i did not pass second semester of geometry last year math is not my friend thats why i need some help on this ?

bcarpenterfhl

12-28-2004, 02:51 AM

http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/boxcalcs.asp#wed

go to wedge enclosure 2.

iamamp3pimp

12-28-2004, 04:27 AM

example -

24 inches wide

24 inches high

24 inches deep on bottom

12 inches deep on top

take the 2 sides and add the depth of the top and bottom together

24

+

12 = 36

then divide that by 2 to get 18. use that as your depth figure

its called using the average

peace

MasterBlast

12-28-2004, 10:25 AM

example -

24 inches wide

24 inches high

24 inches deep on bottom

12 inches deep on top

take the 2 sides and add the depth of the top and bottom together

24

+

12 = 36

then divide that by 2 to get 18. use that as your depth figure

its called using the average

peace

ya i thought about doing it that way to so i guess i am

Damaso87

12-28-2004, 02:12 PM

Theres another different way of doing it, but i have a quick question, is the box slanted on both sides, or only one?