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95Prober
01-07-2005, 02:52 PM
hi guys. quick question. when building my sealed box, after determinig the cu.ft space for each sub, the subs will be in seperate chambers, does it matter how the dimensions are split up as long as you acheive the total cu.ft? i mean the box im trying to make is for 4 subs and the chamber walls are slanted inside to make all 4 subs fit in the same box: heres an ex, pic:
http://www.topedgeonline.com/detail.aspx?ID=7270
now i know there wont be too big of a difference between the wall dimensions when measuring, but i just wanna make sure. im a newb at this and i think some cuts may be hard to do too with the angled walls. i hope its not too hard!

wagz
01-07-2005, 06:47 PM
hi guys. quick question. when building my sealed box, after determinig the cu.ft space for each sub, the subs will be in seperate chambers, does it matter how the dimensions are split up as long as you acheive the total cu.ft? i mean the box im trying to make is for 4 subs and the chamber walls are slanted inside to make all 4 subs fit in the same box: heres an ex, pic:
http://www.topedgeonline.com/detail.aspx?ID=7270
now i know there wont be too big of a difference between the wall dimensions when measuring, but i just wanna make sure. im a newb at this and i think some cuts may be hard to do too with the angled walls. i hope its not too hard!

yea it will be very hard, angles are something i would 100% avoid unless you have good skills with wood cutting tools. and no, as long as the volume remains the same, angles n such wont affect the sub's performance, so dont worry about it

bcarpenterfhl
01-08-2005, 12:52 PM
if you have a table saw it will be easy to cut angles.