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    need help with enclosure calculator

    i wana build a box for a 8inch sub not 100 sure of the sub. i want it to b .8 befor the sub displacment. im looking for it to b around 32hz. im on 12volt site and i cant get things to work out. i have the width at 14 hight at 12 depth at 12 and the wood thickness set to 3/4 it comes out to .79753 thats fine. but when i go to set the slot port lenght im lost. i know i should have the full specs of the sub i wana use so lets say its this sub Dayton SD215-88 8" Shielded DVC Subwoofer | Parts-Express.com
    thanks guys. if u guys can come up with something so i can know all the cuts that would b bad *** thanks







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    Re: need help with enclosure calculator

    Type the T/S parameters on WinISD. .8 cubes seems a little too big for that "sub".



    Quote Originally Posted by ShakinDaBlock View Post
    ive seen some people put the type r's on 1200rms and taken it easy. the p3's aint all that great either. it would be close but i would go w alpine
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    r's have my vote. sweet lil subs for the price!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnus View Post
    Type the T/S parameters on WinISD. .8 cubes seems a little too big for that "sub".
    tbh your right im thinking .6 might b better thanks.




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    Re: need help with enclosure calculator

    anyone know of anyother ones i can use?




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