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    Box design for cvr 15 help

    Building box for my friend Ported tuned to 33 hz. Sub top mounted with port out the side. My question is will a top mounted sub with a port out the side and sound ok? and will the box with 3.9 overall cubic feet of volume sound ok with 8.8 cubic feet of free space around it along with the rear speakers in the rear deck work?







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    Re: Box design for cvr 15 help

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    Re: Box design for cvr 15 help

    what vehicle is this going in.






    2003 chevy s-10 ext. cab
    hu: jvc kd-avx1
    precision power 356cs components
    front amp: infinity 475a
    sub: diamond audio d6 10d4
    enclosure: 1.1 cubes ported tuned @ 31hz
    sub amp: JL G1700

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    Re: Box design for cvr 15 help

    Sub up, port side will work okay.

    When you get into considering the remaining volume of airspace in the trunk, you're starting to get into the territory of designing a bandpass using the rest of the trunk as one chamber, which can in some cases yield incredible results.

    Depending on the type of vehicle, your objectives, and whether porting through the rear deck and/or armrest is an option, this may be a good possibility for you.




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