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Kicker S12L7 Ported Box.. please?

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anybody have good specs for a 12" kicker solobaric L7 ported box? i am a n00b to car audio, so please be gentle =]. anybody around so.cal who's willing to help me build one? will pay money or buy much food.. maybe give an old amp i have lying around? think it might be worth a little cash.. blah.. want a new box.. sealed just won't cut it

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DIMITRIOS...if you signed up just to post that...why bother? What amp do ya got? J/w... I probably won't be building ;).

 

- pe@ce


Audio Setup:

Car: Late Model '99 Jetta

Head Unit: Pioneer DEH-P680MP

Subs: (2) eD 13Ov.2 D4

Amp: AQ 1200D

Wiring: KnuKonceptz 4 Gauge

Music: Google Play Music

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well the kicker site says up to 3.25cubic feet... i want around 3.0cubic feet... i listen to just about anything.. but the only time i ever even turn on my subs are when i listen to hip-hop or trance..

 

the amp is a Hifonics Brutus BX1000D... website says 500W, manual says 700W @ 2ohms... i'd like to believe it's the latter =]

 

the subsonic filter ranges from 15-35Hz

 

no, i will not be using this for competition purposes

 

i'd like to give a good 50/50 between sq and spl... a friend of mine said that better sq would also get the sub lower? it's not as low as i'd like right now, so maybe slight bias towards sq..

 

the sub is the dual4ohm wired in parallel to get me to a 2ohm load. it wants 750 RMS

 

wow i edited this post like 5 times

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sweet! thanks.. if i were to take these specs to somebody who's made boxes before, would they be all i need to get the box done?

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I know this thread is kinda old but say i got two L7's should i just multiply it by two and would it still work ?


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well yes if u put a divider in there to make 2 different boxes. if the 2 subs are going to be in the same chamber then NO.

 

 

hey but thanks for using the search button first. we need more people to use that.


Alpine CDA-9886

RUX-C701

PXA-H701

JL xr-650csi

JL vr-650cxi

2 8" W7

JL HD750/1

JL HD600/4

2007 Chevy Trailblazer

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but would it be too big to fit into may car? 95 Camry LE


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u'd have to take ur own dimensions. i doubt it will fit because it'd be 9 cubic feet. what would like outta ur system? sq? spl? sql? what percentage do you want sq/spl?


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PXA-H701

JL xr-650csi

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2007 Chevy Trailblazer

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are urs dvc 2 ohm or dvc 4 ohm?


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RUX-C701

PXA-H701

JL xr-650csi

JL vr-650cxi

2 8" W7

JL HD750/1

JL HD600/4

2007 Chevy Trailblazer

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sorry it took so long to reply... but it is a dual 4 ohm speaker i was aiming for 3.25 cubs area ported.


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