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    hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    i have a wagon. i have a rear firing sealed enclosure. i'm debating on a ported box. what design do you recommend?
    subs firing and up and ports firing rear?
    both subs and ports firing rear?

    also, can a wedge type box be slot ported given the setups listed above?

    should this be in general discussion?
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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    subs up and ports rear.




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    would something like this work?
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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    yes. that would work lovely. called a CRX box.




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    sweet! math time




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    can someone check the calculations for this box.
    i am a newb so bare with me.

    so the box will be designed like the picture above.
    it wil be for 2 12"s prolly RE SX (if i can ever get a hold of them).

    1" MDF or 3/4" (i dont know how a box like this would be braced)

    so the external dimensions are as follows
    Height = 16"
    Width = 37"
    top depth = 14"
    bottom depth = 23.25"

    as for the port, i dont think i'll have to build the part that goes up (in the pic)
    Slot height = 1.5"
    slot width = 17"
    slot depth = 21"

    are these calculations correct?

    i believe the this will net about 4 cu ft after all displacements




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    anyone? maybe u have a program where u can check the math?




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    you can build it like that no problem, just use 3/4" MDF and put in a center divider so it is 2 seperate chambers. that will be all the bracing needed.




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    Quote Originally Posted by chefboyrlee
    the external dimensions are as follows
    Height = 16"
    Width = 37"
    top depth = 14"
    bottom depth = 23.25"

    as for the port, i dont think i'll have to build the part that goes up (in the pic)
    Slot height = 1.5"
    slot width = 17"
    slot depth = 21"
    what will the port tuning = with these specs?



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    DIAMOND AUDIO HEX 600s (rear)
    JL AUDIO 450/4
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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    draw a picture and put numbers on. if you do that i can CAD it up and see what it comes out to




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    draw a picture and put numbers on. if you do that i can CAD it up and see what it comes out to
    but yet nobody responds to my thread about my box designs




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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    the slot height his 1.5"
    Last edited by chefboyrlee; 04-03-2005 at 08:42 PM. Reason: oops



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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    i can't upload my ghetto picture

    figured it out

    i forgot to mention, crx style box (subs up )
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    Last edited by chefboyrlee; 04-03-2005 at 08:49 PM. Reason: GOT IT



    //////ALPINE IVA-D300
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    DIAMOND AUDIO HEX 600s (rear)
    JL AUDIO 450/4
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    ROCKFORD FOSGATE POWER 800a2 (x2)

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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    jack frost,
    i'd love to help u out...but i'm kind of newbieish



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    DIAMOND AUDIO HEX 600s (rear)
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    Re: hatch back/suv/wagon box designs

    I don't want to jack your thread with my tomfoolery...

    Reply over in my thread about my box woes if you're interested, heh.




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