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    will a 15" fit in this box?

    This is molesters sticky 2.75ft^3 @ 30hz. Can i fit my 15" IDQ in this box? I think its too small. If it is too small can anyone come up with plans for a box that is 2.75ft^3 @ 30hz?







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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    can someone please help me out i really want to try to build my first box.




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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    ID's website says the mounting diameter is 13.875" i dont think it will fit it that one because the front baffle is 29.75"x13" i need .875". Will adding an inch to the height of the front and rear baffle's completely change the tuning?




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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    a 15 won't but a 12 will...




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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    it will completely change it,p but not enough to notice.



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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    considering its only 14.5" high and u have a 15" sun im just gonna say NO



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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    If you dont care too much about being precise, just add an inch to the height and take an inch off the width...problem solved...



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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    34.25X16X316

    3" wide port 20"long

    3 cu ft@ 30Hz then you gotta factor in driver displacement should bring around 2.75 net

    play around with it man



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    Re: will a 15" fit in this box?

    18x67x15.5 with port of 8x43 is optimum. i called id for ya




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