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    Prefab or custom SEALED???

    I am still searching for subs, and I am on a strict budget. I would be able to get better quality subs with a prefab, or lower quality subs and a custom enclosure. It will be sealed. I have asked this before, but I have been getting a lot of various mixed reviews. For a SEALED application, would you suggest paying someone for a custom build or get a prefab? I do not have time nor ability to build my own enclosure, so that isnt an option. What do you think?







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    Re: Prefab or custom SEALED???

    its all depends on the pre-fab box if its built to specs for the subs it will be good if its not built to specs u should get on built to specs a box is one of the most important pieces of a setup



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    Re: Prefab or custom SEALED???

    What specs are there for sealed enclosures besides internal volume???




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    Re: Prefab or custom SEALED???

    The biggest downfall to prefab, is the build quality. On a sealed box, the specs may be correct, but it is possibly put together real poorly.

    Also, search you other 2 threads you made on this same topic, there is quite a few answers in there already




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