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    Ok. im trying to build a box properly, i have 2 Re se-x 12s and specs say they need/recommend 2cu ft. @33hz. My question is , is that per sub, like since i have 2 does that mean. i need a 4cu ft box? Or could i just account for sub displacement and they share 2cu ft? Thanks.







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    Yes that spec is for each sub. I know people who went with 3 cuft and those things were slamming




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    Re: volume vs # of subs- need advice

    I have a prefab currently at 1.7 cu ft and it hits good already. This is gonna b a huge box 4" port 42"x18hx14d




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