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    12/15 brahma in a angled box

    ok... i am now (currently, maby not for long) decided on a brahma sub. i can get a 12" brahma in a ported box, and that would probably fit fine...

    i would rather get the 15" sub because it would still sound good, but also have huge power. i was told that one 12" in a ported box could hit 150dB (i think thats what i remember) if so, what could a 15" brahma hit???

    but now onto the box. i would need the box to be no higher than 14.5 inches, and a 15inch sub would obviously not fit. maby if i slant the sub side of the box (they sell em everywhere) that might make it a lil easier to fit. pretty much the only limit i have is the height (14.5inches) other than that the L&W could be up to about 18 each. could i maby have the sub firing upwards? or would it be better for a slant box?

    CDT HD 5.25" comps up front
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    50square feet of Second SKin

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    2 magnum D2's powered by 2 nine.1's (for 2500w) in a sealed box, hopefully FG

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    well if you have alot of surface area in your truck or wherever you're putting this, you can make a fairly low elevated box, say 10 inches, but have the sub firing upwards and have the walls far apart so you can get the amount of air in the enclosure you want. since you're dealing with volume, dimensions can change as long as the volume stays the same

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