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    AA Arsenal 10's and sealed box

    Well My girlfriend ordered two 10" Ascendant Audio Arsenals and I am going to build her a sealed box for her Kia Sportage so she has a little room in the back for when she goes shopping or we go camping.

    Hopefully the subs will be here by Friday,but I wouldl like to get the box built and out of the way.

    First and foremost does anyone know the Front Mount Displacement of a Ascendant Arsenal 10 is in ft^3 or a math formula to find the front mount displacement in ft^3?

    Second,what size sealed box do the Arsenal 10's really like?Ascendant Audio recommends 0.7ft^3 per Arsenal 10 but is that before or after the subwoofers mounting displacement?

    She will be using my old POS Profile CA600M wired for a 2 ohm load to produce 420w RMS if any of that helps.

    One last thing,I will be bilding one box to house the subwoofers in,should I give each sub it's own chamber or will the y be ok in a single chambered enclosure?



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    Re: AA Arsenal 10's and sealed box

    Quote Originally Posted by Phreaker
    Well My girlfriend ordered two 10" Ascendant Audio Arsenals and I am going to build her a sealed box for her Kia Sportage so she has a little room in the back for when she goes shopping or we go camping.

    Hopefully the subs will be here by Friday,but I wouldl like to get the box built and out of the way.

    First and foremost does anyone know the Front Mount Displacement of a Ascendant Arsenal 10 is in ft^3 or a math formula to find the front mount displacement in ft^3?

    Second,what size sealed box do the Arsenal 10's really like?Ascendant Audio recommends 0.7ft^3 per Arsenal 10 but is that before or after the subwoofers mounting displacement?

    She will be using my old POS Profile CA600M wired for a 2 ohm load to produce 420w RMS if any of that helps.

    One last thing,I will be bilding one box to house the subwoofers in,should I give each sub it's own chamber or will the y be ok in a single chambered enclosure?
    first! u mean the woofer displacement? (motor and basket) its about 0.15cu.ft

    second, id say go with recommended for sealed... 0.7cu.ft after woofer's displacement. just make it about ~1cu.ft the whole INTERNAL volume(dont calculate w/MDF thickness) and u should be good

    power should be ok, but i think itll be starving for more since its in a sealed box, but should be good enough for a girl! loll...

    each sub its own chamber, its better, but make sure its exact same size the 2chambers

    good luck man




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    Re: AA Arsenal 10's and sealed box

    make it 12"x12"x12"

    thats exactly 1cu.ft

    so u have to get ...

    2x 13.5"x13.5"------------bottom&top
    2x 13.5"x12"---------sides
    2x 12"x12"-------front&back

    of 3/4" MDF sheets




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