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    enclosure for coax's?

    My other thread in the speakers section didnt get any attention and I need to know this fast so....

    I have really no spot in my doors for speakers, unless I cut a hole, which I dont want to do. I have some polk audio db650 coaxials, and was wondering if I can make some enclosures for these speakeres. If so what would the ideal airspace be?



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    Re: enclosure for coax's?

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    Re: enclosure for coax's?

    you are too anxious.




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    Re: enclosure for coax's?

    Yeah I know i been driving around with no music for a LOOOONNGG time



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    Re: enclosure for coax's?

    I sugest learning to fiberglass and making kick panels. Theres plenty of how toos around. As for air space, they NEED next to nothing. If they fit, its probably enough.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkFox View Post
    I sugest learning to fiberglass and making kick panels. Theres plenty of how toos around. As for air space, they NEED next to nothing. If they fit, its probably enough.
    alright well im going to do it. Better to cut some wood than spending alot of my **** time to fiberglass and sand, I hate sanding.



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    Re: enclosure for coax's?

    **** I just made these enclosures, and I have two coax's staying up on top of the dash, and the enclosures underneath the front seats, and **** it sounds pretty ****ing good for some coax's off the head unit. I swear it sounds like they are amped. They get really loud without distortion, except on some rap songs with heavy bass. But I played alot of those rock songs that were recomended, and **** the mid bass is crazy. I cant wait till I get a amp for my sub and put that **** in there.



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    the eternal is ****** dude. i saw one break a dudes windows
    Quote Originally Posted by rumple4skin View Post
    polarity has nothing to do with the wiring, your sub is a big *** magnet man, when you send the electro magnetic pulse thro it backwords it is a bad deal lol.
    refs: aesoj, orangecounty1, Flipx99, bones22, and Korn4Life

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