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need box design for two 15" L7s, kx2500, in a rodeo....

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Just got a 2001 rodeo today so soon I will be pulling the wall out my accord and put everything in the rodeo.

 

I need a box design though for the rodeo. Here is the room I have in the back.

37" wide

28" deep

20" tall

 

However that would take up the entire back. I would still like to have at least a little room for storage if I ever need it. So I would like to cut down on the depth as much as possible without affecting the outcome of the box.

 

Wanting to do sub facing up and port towards the back. Not sure on the tuning...I was thinking around 35 hz?

 

So if someone could help me out and make a design for me and if at all possible a cut list I would really appreciate it!


Headunit:

JVC AVX2 (3.5" Screen)

Mids and Highs:

Kicker 6 1/2" door speakers

Four 3 1/2" Kicker Speakers in the sub wall

Subs:

Two 2006 15" Kicker L7s

Amps:

Kicker KX120.2 for Mids and Highs

Kicker KX2500.1 for Subs

Box:

8 Cube wall tuned to 50 hz for comp and 36 hz for daily.

150.4 db @ 47 hz on TL with 3 day old subs. Done a 156.8 since then on Audiocontrol

Refs: 1 Hugh Jass, k4rts, vitveet, pioneerpimp, Colt9699, caligirl2k

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would you be willing to cut depth to about 20''? you would only be working at about 3.5 cubes before port/sub disp.

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would you be willing to cut depth to about 20''? you would only be working at about 3.5 cubes after port/sub disp.

 

I dont think that would be near enough air space would it?


Headunit:

JVC AVX2 (3.5" Screen)

Mids and Highs:

Kicker 6 1/2" door speakers

Four 3 1/2" Kicker Speakers in the sub wall

Subs:

Two 2006 15" Kicker L7s

Amps:

Kicker KX120.2 for Mids and Highs

Kicker KX2500.1 for Subs

Box:

8 Cube wall tuned to 50 hz for comp and 36 hz for daily.

150.4 db @ 47 hz on TL with 3 day old subs. Done a 156.8 since then on Audiocontrol

Refs: 1 Hugh Jass, k4rts, vitveet, pioneerpimp, Colt9699, caligirl2k

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well, im actually in the process of getting 2 15'' L7s for a tahoe and i spoke to a tech at kicker and he sent me the recommended sizes and all.....

 

Well for the 15 there are 3 ported boxes we recommend.

 

3.0 cubic feet + port or 3.5 cubic feet with a 40 Square inch port that is 19.5" long tuned at 35 Hz

4.5 cubic feet + port or 5.0 cubic feet with a 50 Square inch port that is 15" long tuned at 33 Hz

6.0 cubic feet + port or 6.5 cubic feet with a 56 Square inch port that is 13.75" long tuned at 30 Hz

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well, im actually in the process of getting 2 15'' L7s for a tahoe and i spoke to a tech at kicker and he sent me the recommended sizes and all.....

 

Well for the 15 there are 3 ported boxes we recommend.

 

3.0 cubic feet + port or 3.5 cubic feet with a 40 Square inch port that is 19.5" long tuned at 35 Hz

4.5 cubic feet + port or 5.0 cubic feet with a 50 Square inch port that is 15" long tuned at 33 Hz

6.0 cubic feet + port or 6.5 cubic feet with a 56 Square inch port that is 13.75" long tuned at 30 Hz

thats just for one 15 though. I've got two.


Headunit:

JVC AVX2 (3.5" Screen)

Mids and Highs:

Kicker 6 1/2" door speakers

Four 3 1/2" Kicker Speakers in the sub wall

Subs:

Two 2006 15" Kicker L7s

Amps:

Kicker KX120.2 for Mids and Highs

Kicker KX2500.1 for Subs

Box:

8 Cube wall tuned to 50 hz for comp and 36 hz for daily.

150.4 db @ 47 hz on TL with 3 day old subs. Done a 156.8 since then on Audiocontrol

Refs: 1 Hugh Jass, k4rts, vitveet, pioneerpimp, Colt9699, caligirl2k

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thats just for one 15 though. I've got two.

 

yea i know, but if you were going 20'' deep, thats 35.5''x18.5''x18.5'' (internal) for a total of 7 cubes, 3.5 per sub

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at 37 x 20 x 20 i'm getting 7.03 cubes before sub and port displacement.

 

edit...lol you just said that haha.


Headunit:

JVC AVX2 (3.5" Screen)

Mids and Highs:

Kicker 6 1/2" door speakers

Four 3 1/2" Kicker Speakers in the sub wall

Subs:

Two 2006 15" Kicker L7s

Amps:

Kicker KX120.2 for Mids and Highs

Kicker KX2500.1 for Subs

Box:

8 Cube wall tuned to 50 hz for comp and 36 hz for daily.

150.4 db @ 47 hz on TL with 3 day old subs. Done a 156.8 since then on Audiocontrol

Refs: 1 Hugh Jass, k4rts, vitveet, pioneerpimp, Colt9699, caligirl2k

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oh lol alright. In your first post I thought you were saying I would have around 3.5 total....not per sub.


Headunit:

JVC AVX2 (3.5" Screen)

Mids and Highs:

Kicker 6 1/2" door speakers

Four 3 1/2" Kicker Speakers in the sub wall

Subs:

Two 2006 15" Kicker L7s

Amps:

Kicker KX120.2 for Mids and Highs

Kicker KX2500.1 for Subs

Box:

8 Cube wall tuned to 50 hz for comp and 36 hz for daily.

150.4 db @ 47 hz on TL with 3 day old subs. Done a 156.8 since then on Audiocontrol

Refs: 1 Hugh Jass, k4rts, vitveet, pioneerpimp, Colt9699, caligirl2k

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oh lol alright. In your first post I thought you were saying I would have around 3.5 total....not per sub.

 

o ok. well im not an expert but i can sketch you a design but i cant give you a cut sheet or anything. still havent found that program yet....

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you can use sketchup to do a cut sheet too thats what I use to do mine


Refs: Slammed, lostdaytomorrow, Alpineforever, GearGuy2001, Fiery

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I probably don't have the idea right of a cut sheet but I draw all my pieces then use the dimensions tool to show how long and tall they are.


Refs: Slammed, lostdaytomorrow, Alpineforever, GearGuy2001, Fiery

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