1. Sub Air Space Displacement........

im getting a Kicker L5 12" and i have looked everywhere and can not find out how much air it displaces in a sealed enclosure.... Does any one know????

2. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

did you by any chance check kickers website? because i know for a fact that it is on there

3. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

yea i did and i looked under specs and manual and couldnt find it

4. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

i looked for myself and it dosnt say what it is

5. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

0.0758 cubic feet

Per kickers website, just gotta poker around. Under the Support tab, go to Technical Support and then T/S Parameters and it gives you the displacement in cubic centimeters and cubic inches. 131.1 cubic inches divided by 1728 cubic inches per cubic foot yeilds 0.0758XXXXXXXX cubic feet of displacement

6. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

Originally Posted by jdc753
0.0758 cubic feet

Per kickers website, just gotta poker around. Under the Support tab, go to Technical Support and then T/S Parameters and it gives you the displacement in cubic centimeters and cubic inches. 131.1 cubic inches divided by 1728 cubic inches per cubic foot yeilds 0.0758XXXXXXXX cubic feet of displacement
yea for math

7. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

theres no way its .07 , that seems kinda small

8. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

yea I was actually thinking that after I posted it, all I could find though on there. Now I am curious as to what it means by displacement. Couldn't scare up anything with google either :/

9. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

Here try and redeem myself. I don't know how exact you want to be, but this should be its worst case displacement. (yeah more math I know lol, sorry I am an engineering student and its what I do ) But the cutout is supposed to be 11" square, with a mounting dept of 6.75" so that volume is 0.47 cubic feet. Sounds much more realistic, maybe round down to 0.4 or whatever, but it has to be somewhere around there.

10. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

alright thanks that sounds like it would be a reasonable number for displacement.

12. Re: Sub Air Space Displacement........

Originally Posted by 98S10Layed
Cool, where did you find that from?

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