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ViCk-BuMp
05-13-2005, 05:06 PM
How much is the tunning for this box?
2.28 cu. ft. total
Port volume: 0.39 cu. ft.
Dimensions: 24" W x 15" D x 14.5" H

And is SUBZONE better than Q-Logic in enclosures??? oh and something else...
I have a Rockford 12" T2SUBWOOFER 2000W peak... are this dimensions good... or do I need a bigger box???

squeak9798
05-13-2005, 05:17 PM
How much is the tunning for this box?
2.28 cu. ft. total

Is that before or after port displacement?

Also keep in mind that the calculated tuning frequency will vary slightly due to sub displacement.

tRiGgEr
05-13-2005, 05:17 PM
Way to high lol.

What are the port dimmensions??? That box is to small. You will need anywhere between 1.75 and 2.5 cubic feet. And 30 square inches of port area.

I recommend you spend the money and have a shop build you a box. That is an insanely loud sub and needs the proper box. A pre-fab will not cut it.

ViCk-BuMp
05-13-2005, 05:18 PM
it's before...

tRiGgEr
05-13-2005, 05:19 PM
it's before...

Yep way to small. read above suggestion.

ViCk-BuMp
05-13-2005, 05:26 PM
there is the subzone
12" Rectangular Vented Enclosure
11 1/8" Woofer Cutouts
Volume-2.0 cu ft airspace
Box Tuning-30 Hz
Built from 3/4" MDF
1 1/2" Front Baffle
Terminal Cup w/Gold Plated Binding Posts
Charcoal Gray Carpet
Recessed Baffle Finished in Textured Black
16" h X 22 1/4 d X 18" w

q-logic:------- Dado groove and miter joint design for ultimate strength
100% 5/8 in MDF construction
Spring-loaded terminal cup with 5-way binding posts
Easy-reference port tuning chart included
4 inch port can be cut for perfect tuning with easy instructions
One-piece grill accomodates large roll surrounds
QxE ring allows for a range of mounting diameters
2 cu. ft. internal volume
Trapezoid shape better utilizes trunk space
Includes woofer mounting screws, poly fill, speaker wire
H 18 3/4 in x W 23 in x DT 13 in x DB 18 1/4 in

SUPPOSIBLY THESE ARE THE RIGHT BOXES FOR MY SUB

tRiGgEr
05-13-2005, 05:42 PM
Sub zone is the better of the 2.

But I would still have a shop build it. They will custom build it to your vehicle...

tRiGgEr
05-13-2005, 05:43 PM
And with the sub zone optimal port area will not be factored in;)