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    Enclosure for a single alpine type x.

    Needing a quote on building a box to factory ported specs shipped to 37921. Space isn't a premium as it's going in a jeep Cherokee.


    The manual states that an Optimum Vented Box is -
    external box dimensions: 14.5" x 16.5" x 17.5"
    gross internal volume: 1.8 ft3
    slot vent area: 19.5in2 (13" x 1.5")
    slot vent length: 27in
    vent displacement 0.46ft3
    net internal volume: 1.15ft3
    27hz, 5.8dB, 32hz



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    Re: Enclosure for a single alpine type x.

    i'd suggest you have a look on youtube and read some reviews on other peoples box setups for there type X's......... alpines recommended enclosures seem to **** and be off a little bit in my opinion.




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    Re: Enclosure for a single alpine type x.

    I'm just gonna see what everyone he thinks would be best for the sub everywhere I've read 2.0-2.2 cubes at 30 hz seems to be popular



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    Re: Enclosure for a single alpine type x.

    $150 shipped

    That would be with a ~2.2ft3 net volume and generous port area. Those X's are very nice drivers overall.




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