Joseph's SQ Build Log
This is my SQ build attempt. I haven't really explored the mass amounts of information involved in SQ till recently. I have always been a SPL type guy, so I am really new to this. This build is gonna include Cadence Acoustics equipment coupled with a Mobile Enclosures sub enclosure design and lots and lots of hard work from me. I plan on competing when I have finished everything.
This is a build by me, which isn't terribly easy for me. I love Car Audio. It's a passion that no amount of disability has yet been able to extinguish. I am not rich, I only have basic tools, no specialty tools, and the will to accomplish something that can make my family proud.
On to the Pics!!
This is the sub enclosure design and response characteristics.
I picked the location in my truck because it helps me get the sub as far forward as possible, and it doesn't take up room from my family because it was already unused space.
This is how most of us have to build enclosures vv
Just the back of my truck, a circular saw and jig saw (which I didn't have last build) and a palm sander.
The cuts will be rough, there will be mistakes, but those can be fixed. This build log will include the enclosure, amp mountings, and any other ideas i come up with to enhance SQ in the truck. I will add some tweeter spheres to the dash or A pillar's as soon as I can decide on a final speaker to run.
If you have any questions or suggestions, let me know, I want everyone to be included in this build.
Boston Accoustics Front & Rear
Cadence United Series Vegas 4 Channel
Cadence United Series Dakota Mono Amp
Duralast 1,000 amp battery, X-Static 2,000 Amp Battery
Rockford Foagate 1/0 wire, and interconnects
Cadence shielded RCA wire
Dynamat sound deadening, Fatmat sound deadening