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    Alpine Type R Enclosure

    I ended up getting two Alpine Type R's (10") model # SWR1022D currently in a small sealed Bassworx box.... it sounds good, but would like more out of the subs... Its currently powered by a Kenwood 9152D... I want to build a box for the Type R's
    I am unsure on how big to make this box....
    So my question is... how big should I build the box in order to get the most SQL.
    If I go sealed, whats the best measurements to do?...
    If I go ported as well, what would be the best measurments with this one?



    In the sealed box its in now...H - 13.5, W - 29, D1- 10, D2- 8.5

    Any help would be appreciated
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    Re: Alpine Type R Enclosure

    i did a box for my brothers two type r 10's and it went in a grand prix....sounds pretty nice we did 3 cubes at 33hz it gets loud and sounds great



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    Re: Alpine Type R Enclosure

    I had some in a 3.5 cube tuned to 32hz. It was nice for daily, but not great for the meter.




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    Re: Alpine Type R Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by AlpineUser View Post
    i did a box for my brothers two type r 10's and it went in a grand prix....sounds pretty nice we did 3 cubes at 33hz it gets loud and sounds great
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakota View Post
    I had some in a 3.5 cube tuned to 32hz. It was nice for daily, but not great for the meter.
    I was just about to say 3.25 cubes at 32-33hz, then I saw these posts.




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    Re: Alpine Type R Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by PV Audio View Post
    I was just about to say 3.25 cubes at 32-33hz, then I saw these posts.



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