help: subs, same chamber

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Hello everybody. I have a box with two 10s in the same chamber and one of them isn't like it used to be. It got depressed during storage and now doesn't make as much bass as the other one. What should I do? Should I cut the box in half and make two boxes or should I buy new boxes to put them in? How would I cut the box in half? I don't want to spend a lot of money. Should I just keep it the way it is and be happy? Any suggestions or ideas?

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