1. ## what is my subs displacement

I have two kicker CVR 12's 2010 model, what is the cubic foot displacement of these, and my current box is a sealed 4.9 cube box so I'm guessing 4.6 after sub displacement and bracing, is this too big for two sub's in common airspace, basically 2.25+ each

2. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

they are prolly .12 ISH per sub

3. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

So I'm about 4.5 cubes for two sub's same airspace, getting about 2.25 cubes a piece basically, is this too much and how can I calculate the freq of a sealed enclosure, I know its here somewhere just forgot

4. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

per owners manual net displacement is 75.9 cubic inches, and max sealed box is 4.6 cubic feet per sub.

i'll do the math for you, 79.5 cuin equals 0.043924 cuft

http://www.kicker.com/sites/default/...mpVR%20f01.pdf

5. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

Thanks bud was really just wanting the formula I have an owners manual just didn't think k it was in there, remember looking once but thought it wasn't there, that sounds really low to me thought it was bigger oh well thanks guys

6. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

And the freq it should be? How do I figure that

7. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

Sealed boxes don't have a tuning frequency..... Are you thinking f3?

8. ## Re: what is my subs displacement

They don't have a tuning freq ur right but they do have a freq at which they have the best output, is this just the resonant freq of the driver, that doesn't make sense to me

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