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    how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    how much cube ft will the box have to be for 2 18in audioque's aluminum coil's







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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    ~12ft^3 after all displacements, assuming you're running a fair amount of power to them.
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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    We recommend 6+ for each.




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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    What's already been said seems right. Go with that and you're set



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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    And hoping he means ported?




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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLow View Post
    What's already been said seems right. Go with that and you're set
    I would hope I'm right. If I was not right, there would some really bad problems lol

    Quote Originally Posted by sex4ears View Post
    And hoping he means ported?
    I'm sure that is what was meant.




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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    I would hope I'm right. If I was there would some really bad problems lol
    Not saying your wrong about 6 cubes per but dont they like bigger boxes? Because everyone says DC's like smaller boxes but yet they recommend 6 cubes ported for their 18? This is for their level 4 btw




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    Re: how much cube's for 2 18in audioque's

    Quote Originally Posted by sex4ears View Post
    Not saying your wrong about 6 cubes per but dont they like bigger boxes? Because everyone says DC's like smaller boxes but yet they recommend 6 cubes ported for their 18? This is for their level 4 btw
    6ft3 is the starting point we recommend.




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