subs in car
subs in car
wish the carpet would have matched a little better
the bass does not seem as deep in this box. could it be too small?
The box is about 3.1 cu ft^2. Does anyone have any experience with theses. I was told 1.5 cu ft^2 would sound good but it doesnt seem to get the low frequencies or the higher ones very well
ow big was your old box? What was your old box tuned to? What is your new box tuned to? Still using the same amp and speakers are wired the same way gains set the same?
Sold to- Sky Deaner, Jeeper07, brazilianguy, bjl95mustang, Mr Wiggl3s, Ridinhi (x2), Pootie
Bought from- kurtdirt1, jmanpc, doingstuffwell
Traded with- DaGhost, Spooney
Box looks sealed. Your box is not flexing too much is it? 3.1 cubes seems fine for 2-12's sealed as far as airspace goes.
The other box was close to 4 cu ft^2. I didn't build it so i am not sure what it was tuned too. The subs are stilled wired to 1.5 ohms. and didnt touch the gains until now but it still sounds weird. In the old box it just seemed louder now it seems like the subs have too much power or something
Is the new box sealed or ported?
the new one is sealed
Old one ported? There's your answer. Old one sealed... idk.
1.5 sealed is huge for those subs lol
Even if the old enclosure was sealed, subs generally become more efficient when installed in larger, sealed enclosures.
If the old one was ported, it would generally be louder at the port tuning frequency than a smaller sealed enclosure. I've seen the differences from as low as 3 dB to as high as 12 dB using the same subs ported versus sealed.
allright thank you. a ported box may be in my future