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    CVT Box help

    I know many of you don't care for the shallow subs but i picked up fairly cheap and would like to build a box for it. The manual that came with the 10" sub says it needs to be in a .8 enclosure volume. You can buy this sub already in a box from kicker, using there box dimensions I come up with the .35213 enclosure volume. Am i just doing something wrong with my calculations? My friend has the same factory kicker enclosure sub in his truck and its more that enuff for what i'm looking for. Can I build the box to .35 volume and be ok?

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    Re: CVT Box help

    .35ft^3 is not very large but that isn't always a bad thing. If you haven't already played around with WINISD I suggest it. My RE Audio SR10's call for .35ft^3 minimum and WINISD seems to think something around that volume is best.



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    2 Ascendant Audio Assasin 8's in 1.2ft^3 tuned to 40hz.
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