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    box tuning in

    i would like to build a box for my 15" axis. I am going 3.2 cubes and tuned to 32 hz. is there any suggestions on just small tweaks that i can do to the box to make it louder? also what is a good way to make a magnet brace? i want to make a nice magnet brace because the sub is going in a truck and i off road alot.
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    Re: box tuning in

    Maybe make it bigger?

    And as for the magnet brace put some like wooden dowels under the magnet.



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    Re: box tuning in

    magnet brace? try a double baffle on front and some good screws.




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    Re: box tuning in

    hmmm you think just a doubled up faceplate and good screws would hold that 60 pound sub? remember i do alot of offroading and i would not enjoy breaking the screws. i think i will just double up the faceplate and put a small magnet brace.




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