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    Box Dimensions

    I am making a box for my 12 inche. sub. I have started to design the box and have 4305 cubic inches of air space in the box. I am curious if this is good amount for the 12 in sub?
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    Re: Box Dimensions

    What the heck did you say???



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    Re: Box Dimensions

    basically hes askin if 2.5 cubes is enough for a 12


    hey mopars we need to know wat kidn of sub it is, and wat ur lookin for out of it




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    Re: Box Dimensions

    its an alpine type S sub thats a 12 inches and i'm looking at a sealed box.




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    Re: Box Dimensions

    find out what cubic feet box size is required for that sub and go to this site. it helped me design my box.

    http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/boxcalculator.asp




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    Re: Box Dimensions

    thanks that helped and i got what i need now.




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