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I need some help with my first enclosure build. Pardon the inexperience. I've done a bit of research. I've been trying to figure out this basic design for a month now. I've tried WinISD but I can't for the life of me grasp that at this point. This being my first build, I want it as basic as possible. I'd love to keep my cuts (dimensions of MDF) as simple as possible as well. This will be powered by a SoundQubed S1-1250 @ 1ohm.
Sub specs - https://soundqubed.com/hds3-1/
Vehicle : 2013 Hyundai Sonata
Location in the vehicle: Trunk
Space available (Length x Width x Height): 30" W x 14" H x ~any" D (I have wiggle room on depth. decent size trunk)
Subwoofer make and model: SoundQubed HDS3.112 D2
Subwoofer Size: 12"
Number of Subwoofers: Single
Type of Port (Kerfed, Slot, Aero, etc.): Slot? Something easy.
What type of music do you like?: Everything but LOTS of rap and deathcore
Is your goal SPL or Everyday Music?: Can I have a bit of both?
Tuning Freq (Hz): ? 32hz I guess?
Volume : ~2ft^3 or larger
Questions: So I've tried my hand at WinISD but am having trouble with it. I tried subbox.pro and came up with this design - https://subbox.pro/en/b/anwchHHKJ. Is that website worth my time? This box is supposedly 2ft^3 @ 32hz.
So I got some money together and a better job. I want something where I look at it, I can say “this mf is bulletproof” I’m going to have a friend build me a sealed box.
I am not sure if I want two 12s or two 15s or one 12 or one 15. Which setup should I choose? Is having two subs better than one? I know one sub with more surface area and more watts will be better than let’s say 2 subs with half the surface area and half the watts. But there is so much I want, but I can’t choose a setup. So here I am coming to you guys for some help! Thank you!
By Paul Jacobson
Okay so basically don't have a lot of knowledge about car audio systems just want my car to be obnoxiously loud. I have a 4 channel amp, 4 speakers and 2 subs. Can someone direct me to an installation guide to make it easier. Also is it possible to have all 4 speakers and 2 subs hooked up to 1 amp or hook 2 of the speakers straight to the headunit cheers
By Ian Toussaint
Hey everyone, I'm pretty new to car audio, and I have some questions on mono amps and subs.
I just purchased 2 10 inch subs. They are the Polk Audio DB 1042 SVC. It's a 4-ohm sub with single voice coils. I also purchased a sealed box for these subs. (https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_1747.html)
The box has 2 separate spots on the back for connections. One on the left and one on the right. I also have this amp. (https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_93307.html) It's a 750 rms class d 2 ohm (stable) mono amp. I also purchased an 8 gauge amp wiring kit.
Now, I know how to wire the ground, power, and remote turn on. That's a breeze for me. It's wiring the sub to the amp that I'm not good with. With my system I have, shown above, could someone give me specific instructions on how to first, connect the subs to the outputs on the enclosure? In other words, how to wire the back of the subs to the enclosure before screwing in the subs. And 2nd, how to wire the amp to those sub outputs correctly.
Hello peeps hey so I have a bit of a situation,, I have a 2007 Cadillac CTS that I have been installing a system on now for a while it’s a pain but fun car,
here is the question
the head unit is still oem if you guys don’t know these car have the “driver info” section here as well as other functions such as the traction control and millege trip info as well as other important settings I really want to replace with a nice doble din with a back up cámara but.. I don’t want to lose the functionality of the oem anyone have any suggestions as to how we might be able to do this? Also I want to keep this covertion of the head unit less than 600$ in parts I can do my labor. Thank you in advance