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    $$ box design $$

    15" L7

    If someone could tell me the dimensions and list the cut out sheet of all the pieces I would need for the best box for this sub, it would be greatly appreciated.

    If someone is offering to build one at a reasonable price, lets talk business

    How important is it to have a tuned box?

    I listen to a lot of rap, i found an enclosure tuned at 48hz is that good?

    I also have 2 10" L7s that are in a slot vented box. to me the slot just acts like a big hole in the middle of the box. Doesn't sound as good as it could to me. Would a tuned box help?







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    Re: $$ box design $$

    Proper tuning of a box is one of the most important things.

    48hz is WAAAAAAAYYYYY to high, try mid 30's

    A slot ported box can sound just as good as anyother type of ported box as long as it is designed and built correctly.

    If you want someone to design a box for you you need to give a little more info...

    at a minimum we would need to know the max dimensions you have to work with

    Also helpful would be vol and tuning preferance (I'm assuimg in this case you don't know) and also sub/port placement (will depend on what type of vehicle you are putting it in)




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    Re: $$ box design $$

    Um well I have a 2002 Lincoln Continental. Its a big a$$ trunk so i dunno. I was looking for like 3.5 cubic feet is all I know and tuned for rap.




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    Re: $$ box design $$

    OK, well go out and measure your big a$s trunk because if you don't get dimensions no one is going to even try to help you.




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    Re: $$ box design $$

    pm BrianChia...




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