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    check these dimensions

    this sound any good. what would that betuned to?

    Maximum mounting depth: 14-3/8"
    Cutout dimension: 11-1/4" x 11-1/4"
    Box volume:
    Per chamber: 1.074 cubic feet
    Total port volume: .275 cubic feet
    Dimensions: 17"D x 32"W x 14"H







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    Re: check these dimensions

    This tells us nothing about the box.



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    Re: check these dimensions

    can this. tryin to see if this would be a nice box...

    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...-+2SVK12.html#




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    Re: check these dimensions

    lets see here. 1 cu ft per 12" L5/L7. seams about 2-3 time to small. and that tiny port wreeks of port noise. i dont care what its tuned too. this box is junk. man up kid and get someone on here to build u a realy box!



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    Re: check these dimensions

    ok. then why does kicker put them in their prefab boxes whixh are about the same size and they are pretty dang loud? just wonderin




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    Re: check these dimensions

    Their pre-fab boxes are a little better than that box is



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    Re: check these dimensions

    that box is junk i had my l5's in lil pre fab before i built my box and they sounded like **** werent as loud or deep as my custom box. i also gained about 3 db's over the prefab. will it work yes will it sound good no.




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    Re: check these dimensions

    seems to be tuned to about 40hz by calculating those dims, IMO go with about 2-2.5 cubes PER sub tuned to mid to low 30's.



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