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    2- Kicker CVR

    I need help designing and box for my subs. I've never used the kicker cvr12's before, and the box i am using now i honestly know that they dont sound right.. a buddy of mine has the same set up as i do, and his sounds way better.. can someone give me the deminisions (in inches) of what my box should be for these subs..



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet03 View Post
    I need help designing and box for my subs. I've never used the kicker cvr12's before, and the box i am using now i honestly know that they dont sound right.. a buddy of mine has the same set up as i do, and his sounds way better.. can someone give me the deminisions (in inches) of what my box should be for these subs..
    i have a design for those how much room do you have?? give me max dimensions bro. also how much power are you giving them?




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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    38x16x14 that leaves me enough room in my truck to get my work bag in there.. they are on a crunch p1100.2 for now.. 1100w



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet03 View Post
    38x16x14 that leaves me enough room in my truck to get my work bag in there.. they are on a crunch p1100.2 for now.. 1100w
    dang to small for the design. k well the easiest and best thing to do would be go here:

    http://www.reaudio.com/speaker_box/LPort_Box_Calc.html

    it will help you out for what you need. and probably a box around 3.5 to 4 cubes would be cool with about 50 sq of port area.




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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    how big of a box do i need for these to sound the very best? im willing to sacrafice my truck for my system.



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet03 View Post
    how big of a box do i need for these to sound the very best? im willing to sacrafice my truck for my system.
    these are the ones with a grey cone right. if so like i stated ~4 ft^3 after all displacement




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    throw it off one.
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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    http://kicker.com/compvr

    im just looking to build exactly what these subs need to do there best. i dont want to be using a box that will not let them hit the way they should from lack of space.



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet03 View Post
    http://kicker.com/compvr

    im just looking to build exactly what these subs need to do there best. i dont want to be using a box that will not let them hit the way they should from lack of space.
    yeah bro 4 cubes! perfect around 35 hz like i said.




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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    not to sound like an idiot... but im no good with math.. could i get a layout in inches? like what size to cut each board?



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet03 View Post
    not to sound like an idiot... but im no good with math.. could i get a layout in inches? like what size to cut each board?
    says it on the bottom on re-audio's enclosure designer




    Quote Originally Posted by chillin View Post
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    throw it off one.
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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    yes i just noticed.. i had a connection problem for some reason the page wouldnt load.. got it now.



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    You don't have enough room to port those two subs...



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    Re: 2- Kicker CVR

    Well I didnt give the full deminsions of my trunk, like i said i have to carry my work bag with me, but im willing to keep it up front with me to make this system sound the best. so what do u recomend me doing for a box? i found a box that i like the design of, from ground pounder.. its ported on both sides.. but what id really like to do is have a port in the center of the box like between the 2 subs.. possible?



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    Refs: WooferCooker, Basscourt2009, 85_Blazer

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