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    quick box question

    if i want to slap together a quidk sealed box how would i avvount for the subwoofer?

    when a sub calls for a cuft meausurment is that accounting for the pace of the sub? or is there a figure i need to factor in like

    Cuft-__?__=cubic ft of box with the sub

    noob question i know



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    Re: quick box question

    look up your specs/parameters of the sub. it should tell you driver displacement. you just subtract that from the net volume and you're good



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    Re: quick box question

    Generally those specs are AFTER displacement. So if it your sub says it needs 2 cubic feet of airspace and has a displacement of 0.5 cubic feet then your enclosure would need to be 2.5 cubic feet.




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    Re: quick box question

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbagumper6 View Post
    Generally those specs are AFTER displacement. So if it your sub says it needs 2 cubic feet of airspace and has a displacement of 0.5 cubic feet then your enclosure would need to be 2.5 cubic feet.
    thats what i was thinking, kust wanted to make sure i was correct. thanks for the info



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