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    Box design for 2-10's

    I am getting closer to my system layout for my nova and I think I've norrowd down to running the Zed Leviathan IiI (2 channels front, 2 ea bridged to the subs) so i get roughly 600watts rms to each sub. I've been leaning toward the Dayton HO's with each getting 0.76 cuft. I want solid deep sound with quality as my goal. What do you guys think? Im open to any options but using more space. Here is my current box layout, the amp will mount between the subs.








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    Re: Box design for 2-10's

    Really? No feedback? Am I going the right direction with these subs?




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    Re: Box design for 2-10's

    Is that Inventor? Seems like you are on the right track? Looks like you are going sealed?



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    Re: Box design for 2-10's

    Quote Originally Posted by mklett33 View Post
    Is that Inventor? Seems like you are on the right track? Looks like you are going sealed?
    No...its Pro/Engineer, I then take my models and send them out to a waterjet for the front trim in stainless and a panel router for the main trim in MDF .
    I am currently going sealed, individual chambers per sub. I could link them but didnt see any reason. Just curious how these sub react in a setup like this or should I look to a different sub or enclosure design.




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    Re: Box design for 2-10's

    Wow...with all the sub junkies on this forum I cant get any love?




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    Re: Box design for 2-10's

    That looks like a pretty good design for that little amount of space to me. Don't have experience firsthand with the HO's, but read that they won't be bad in small sealed boxes. I'd say build the box first and listen to it before you cut the steel, that way it's not a huge deal if you need to redesign.




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