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    brahma box

    I've got a brahma 12 in a 2 cubic ft box after displacement tuned to 35 hz. I was wondering if I could get it any louder with a bigger box tuned to something different any suggestions would help thanks.



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    Re: brahma box

    Originally posted by 85ss
    I've got a brahma 12 in a 2 cubic ft box after displacement tuned to 35 hz. I was wondering if I could get it any louder with a bigger box tuned to something different any suggestions would help thanks.

    well IMO it could get louder, try around 5 cubic feet, are u happy now brandon? sumone finally answered ur post..lol



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