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    sub displacement?

    I have 2x 15in Alpine Type Rs and I am unsure how to measure the sub displacement in the box. is there a formula to figure this out me be sure that I have the right amount of cubes after I build my box







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    Re: sub displacement?

    you should be able to go to Alpines website and it should have that in the specs for that sub.



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    Re: sub displacement?

    just figure about .1 cuft a woofer. this number is always very small.




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    Re: sub displacement?

    0.123 cu. ft that's straight from the alpine website for a 15" type ARGHHHHH

    Edit: if you have trouble with math that's .246 cu. ft for both of them.



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    Re: sub displacement?

    so I would take that amount off the total cubes of the box?




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    Re: sub displacement?

    Quote Originally Posted by tylersilva12 View Post
    0.123 cu. ft that's straight from the alpine website for a 15" type ARGHHHHH

    Edit: if you have trouble with math that's .246 cu. ft for both of them.
    what did i say, .1 cubes

    and yes, subtract that from your net.




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    Re: sub displacement?

    Now my messures are complete (almost) ill take pics when I get to building the box seeing it will be one of my first boxes.




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