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    Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    I guess I haven't posted enough to toss in a url, so I have the shot as an attachment.

    3/4 mdf
    front/back: 12.5 x 12.5
    left/right: 8.5 x 11
    top/bottom: 12.5 x 8.5
    hole diameter: 9 3/8
    volume: 0.6 cu ft

    Just threw this together in Sketchup, its for my Kicker s10d, going by the manufacturer's guidelines to drop the volume of the box to 0.6 cu ft when using more than 350 watts of power.

    Did I mess anything up? Is there anything I should change? Any input would be appreciated.
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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    Looks fine to me....put you a small 45 in the bottom corner behind sub......it can help with standing waves.......we used to put them in our sealed boxes years ago when I was doing comps..........




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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    what size of a 45 are we talkin about here? sorry i have no background in enclosures so i have no point of reference



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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    3" wide piece of mdf by the length of the box with the ends cut at 45degree angles



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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    Could anyone point me to an example of this? I'm having a terrible time visualizing it.

    Also, would slanting the back piece of the box do the same thing?



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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input



    See red circles? Only you would only need the one.




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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    Quote Originally Posted by Izzy View Post
    Could anyone point me to an example of this? I'm having a terrible time visualizing it.

    Also, would slanting the back piece of the box do the same thing?
    Yes slanting the back will work.



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    Re: Rough enclosure design, please share any input

    Thanks, I should be good to go now (:



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