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    Help with sealed box design for two AA Assassin 10's

    FedEx delivered my g/f's AA Assassin 10's today and I have been trying to design a sealed box for the back of her Kia sportage.

    I would build her a ported box but the amp she has doesn't have a SSF on it and becuase she listens to a variety of music so I think sealed is her best option.

    Ascendant Audio recommends .7ft^3 per sub sealed and 1.2ft^3 per sub ported @ 32Hz.

    Basically I have come up with this.

    Internal measurements = 11" tall x 11" deep x 24" long / 1.68055556ft^3 internal

    Outer measurements = 12.5" tall x 12.5" deep x 25.5" long / 2.30577257ft^3 external.

    This box doesn't exactly follow the golden ratio of 3:4:5 but does this design sound good to you guys?

    Heres a paint of the box design plan:

    [img=http://img210.imageshack.us/img210/7959/aaassassindual10sealedboxplan7.th.jpg]


    If I have done my math right then the cuts we'll need are:

    Top and Bottom = two 25.5" x 12.5" cuts

    Sides = two 12.5"" x 11" cuts

    Back = 24" x 11"

    Baffle board = 24" x 11"


    does that sound right?Do the joints look strong?



    My System So Far

    HU = Sony CDX-M630

    Front Stage = Stock 3.5"

    Rear Stage = None

    Subs = 2 Alpine Type R's

    Sub Amp = Power Acoustik A2400DB wired to 1 ohm

    Sub Box = 4ft^ ported at 35Hz
    1991 Dodge Stealth with stock 90amp alt. and no Big 3.
    Gets twice as loud as the olds cutlass cierra!




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    Re: Help with sealed box design for two AA Assassin 10's

    sounds about right looks like it'll piece together... you should be fine with out any bracing...


    btw why not port low say 27-30 ??? no subsonic filter needed for that low of a tuning



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    Re: Help with sealed box design for two AA Assassin 10's

    Thanks....

    I am going to build sealed first I think just to see how she likes it,if it isn't loud enough then I'll replace and build a 2.5ft^3 slot ported box tuned to the low 30's



    My System So Far

    HU = Sony CDX-M630

    Front Stage = Stock 3.5"

    Rear Stage = None

    Subs = 2 Alpine Type R's

    Sub Amp = Power Acoustik A2400DB wired to 1 ohm

    Sub Box = 4ft^ ported at 35Hz
    1991 Dodge Stealth with stock 90amp alt. and no Big 3.
    Gets twice as loud as the olds cutlass cierra!

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    Re: Help with sealed box design for two AA Assassin 10's

    i would say just take some time and build you a ported box and be done with it.




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