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    Best Box for a pair of 12" CompVRs

    I currently have a ported box that is tuned @ 38hz. I am thinking about going to a sealed box to see if they will sound better to my ears. I've always had sealed boxes and I liked the way the bass response was with them. With this ported box, it is VERY loud and the bass seems muddied. If I do go with a sealed box, how many cubic foot per driver should I get. I tried using that WinISI program, but I couldn't figure it out. Thanks for your help...

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    Re: Best Box for a pair of 12" CompVRs

    If you look at the manual that came with your CompVR's it will tell you how much air you will need. If you cant find that manual then go to the Kicker site and check it out. www.kicker.com


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