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By Sweet'n Low
I've got a design ready to go I just don't have equipment. Anybody think they can handle this for me? Need someone with experience.. Will pay of coarse.
I live in Springfield so anywhere with in the Dayton-Columbus would be great.
Please take in consideration that I am on a budget...I'm leaving my job and starting college in a couple of weeks. After I get this finished this will prob be the last car audio related thing I do for awhile.
Anything within a hour of Springfield,OH would be great. I appreciate the help.
top and bottom: 2x - 32"x13"
left side: 11.5"x11.5"
right side: 12.25"x11.5"
port: 9.5"x11.5" and 24"x11.5"
45's: 5x - 11.5"x1.625"(across the side that becomes the inside of the box)
bracing: 2x - 1.25" wide dowels cut 8.75" long, centered 6" from either side of the sub cutout center mark.
Kicker recommends 3-6 cubic ft per sub. I'm thinking one box to house both subs, and planned on building it at about 10 cubic ft excluding the port.
Question 1: Can anyone recommend how many cubic feet to build this box, or does 10 cubic feet sound about right?
Question 2: What do you guys think I should tune the box to? I'm thinking somewhere between 32-35 hz.
Just remember, I know these are definitely not meant for SQ, but I would like to retain a little quality with the loudness. So feel free to comment and thanks in advance for any help!
Hey, I know I risk looking like a complete idiot by admitting this, but I'm putting 2 12" Streetglow LED strips alongside my sub box. The only installation instructions say to connect the ground and the power to their respective sources. What I want to do is make them flash to the beat, much in the way my old Duals did. Can I hook them up to the speaker terminals on the sub box where the wires from the amp are hooked in? Or will this break the LEDs/underpower the subs? And if this isnt possible, does anyone know how to wire them to my amp? Thanks.