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    rd audio heavyweight box?

    As the title states, im wondering in any of you all know to what specifications the box should be built and what frequency. Looked into the rd audio website but when i clicked on link it said under construction so hopefully one of you guys can help me out . More than likely will be for a daily setup, sub is a rd audio heavyweight 15" dual 1ohm. Thanks







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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    i have mine in 4.25 cf after all displacement tunes to 32hz and i love it. mine id the v2 "ground pounder" version tho not sure if u have the same



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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by xxxbasshead View Post
    i have mine in 4.25 cf after all displacement tunes to 32hz and i love it. mine id the v2 "ground pounder" version tho not sure if u have the same
    Thanks for the input, mine is the v.2 aka the truth but i think it should be the same thing




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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    v2 doesnt mean its the gp version. i think the main diff is how many spiders they have. and the legnth of the coil



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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by skmfkr View Post
    v2 doesnt mean its the gp version. i think the main diff is how many spiders they have. and the legnth of the coil
    Oh sorry about that, well the one i bought is the one on this link (Top quality audio equipment: Revolution Design Audio), mine is just the dual 1 ohm version.




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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    6ft^3 tuned to 33-35hz if you want a loud as **** daily driver.



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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by RyanM923 View Post
    6ft^3 tuned to 33-35hz if you want a loud as **** daily driver.
    my **** isnt that loud.. more like a water hose filling up a pool.. low rumble



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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by RyanM923 View Post
    6ft^3 tuned to 33-35hz if you want a loud as **** daily driver.
    Dammit now that's a huge box but if thats what i gotta do then so be it . Thanks for the info




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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by outsideshot23 View Post
    my **** isnt that loud.. more like a water hose filling up a pool.. low rumble
    lol




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    Re: rd audio heavyweight box?

    Quote Originally Posted by uz1290 View Post
    Dammit now that's a huge box but if thats what i gotta do then so be it . Thanks for the info
    6ft^3 is pretty normal for an 18" woofer. You can go smaller, but you sacrifice efficiency in the process(if you have extra power, this isn't an issue though, so long as you don't go too small).



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