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    New box design for 4 12"s *some pics*

    Edit, I thought the box dimensions were listed but I guess not:

    External Dimensions:
    16in x 38in x 26in

    Internal Dimensions:
    14.5in x 36.5in 24.5in

    Vent shape = rectangle
    Vent ends = one flush
    Hv = 7 in
    Wv = 7 in
    Lv = 28 in

    The thickness/type of the wood is .75" MDF
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    Driver Properties
    Name: SWR-1241D
    Type: Standard one-way driver
    Company: Alpine
    Comment: Type-R series
    No. of Drivers = 4
    Mounting = Standard
    Wiring = Parallel
    Dual voice coils = parallel
    Fs = 28 Hz
    Qms = 8.31
    Vas = 58 liters
    Xmax = 13.87 mm
    Sd = 467.6 sq.cm
    Qes = 0.45
    Re = 1.8 ohms
    Le = 0.67 mH
    Z = 2 ohms
    Pe = 300 watts
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    Box Properties
    Name:
    Type: Vented Box
    Shape: Prism, square
    Vb = 6.032 cu.ft
    Fb = 25.92 Hz
    QL = 6.536
    F3 = 32.82 Hz
    Fill = none
    No. of Vents = 1
    Vent shape = rectangle
    Vent ends = one flush
    Hv = 7 in
    Wv = 7 in
    Lv = 28 in


    Pics:
    26in x 38in

    ^ this is the setup I'm thinking about doing, the vent is 7x7x28 which is the black area in the middle of the picture, the lines around the outside is the other pieces of wood, then the top part is where the subs are going to be mounted which is 38x26, each square is 1 inch.



    Very old layout ^, the subs were mounted against each other in an isobaric setup, changed since then, but still needed a new box. The boxes in that picture were my first boxes built.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kickerassman View Post
    i was thinking some thing like this..... get a reall fine but strong sharp cable like them tension cables tie it around your neck and tie it to something..... then get some supper supper supper glue and glue your hands to your head.when the glue dries jump of the building with the cable cutting your head off and you would have your head glued to your hands ...... some one would see that and be like wtf omg that dude ripped his head off ... he mst have been pisssed!!!



    My Current Build Log: (16 8" Sundown subwoofers)
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    Re: New box design for 4 12"s *some pics*

    I might have to put a brace in the middle of the subs at an angle, probaly will do with some spare wood, then maybe add some polyfill to get more space out of the box.



    Quote Originally Posted by kickerassman View Post
    i was thinking some thing like this..... get a reall fine but strong sharp cable like them tension cables tie it around your neck and tie it to something..... then get some supper supper supper glue and glue your hands to your head.when the glue dries jump of the building with the cable cutting your head off and you would have your head glued to your hands ...... some one would see that and be like wtf omg that dude ripped his head off ... he mst have been pisssed!!!



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    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367352

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    Re: New box design for 4 12"s *some pics*

    Tried a test fit using a cardboard box...the cardboard isn't shaped like a box anymore -.-.

    Took off 2 inches on top, and 2 inches length wise, and added an inch width wise.

    14" x 36" x 27", I took a bunch of pics of the progress so far, I will make a project log. *soon*



    Quote Originally Posted by kickerassman View Post
    i was thinking some thing like this..... get a reall fine but strong sharp cable like them tension cables tie it around your neck and tie it to something..... then get some supper supper supper glue and glue your hands to your head.when the glue dries jump of the building with the cable cutting your head off and you would have your head glued to your hands ...... some one would see that and be like wtf omg that dude ripped his head off ... he mst have been pisssed!!!



    My Current Build Log: (16 8" Sundown subwoofers)
    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367352

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