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    Big or Smaller box?

    I am running a Type-R 1221D and i have 2 boxes already made. a 1.0 ft3 and a 1.4 ft3. I know they arent too much different but which one do you guys recommend would sound better? As of now i am running a kenwood kac-829 (300W RMS) to it and im planning on getting the U.S. Acoustics USX2080 which will be giving it 280 RMS. Recomendations anyone?







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    I'd use the 1.4



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    Re: Big or Smaller box?

    Originally posted by ferret7cs
    I am running a Type-R 1221D and i have 2 boxes already made. a 1.0 ft3 and a 1.4 ft3. I know they arent too much different but which one do you guys recommend would sound better? As of now i am running a kenwood kac-829 (300W RMS) to it and im planning on getting the U.S. Acoustics USX2080 which will be giving it 280 RMS. Recomendations anyone?
    i would also use the larger (1.4cube) box. It would, although not very much, increase the power efficiency...larger boxes need less power to perform as well. peace

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