Posts posted by coobies5
I have a question about the port, where it says
extension 1 x 14 1/2
What does that mean?
Yeah, I have it, I just like to "see" what it will look like on demand.
I think I read that wrong, but side firing port you say?
Here's a old box I built for the 18" btl I have when I still had the backseat back there.
What I would like to know is why you are limited to those dimensions.
I'm trying to regain some space so I can recline back, also, store my tools and second battery behind my sit (which will fit when I recline back without interference)
Yes sir! I had one time where the cut out sheet wasn't correct and I had sides of a box that were definitely not the length of top and bottom, lol.
This is why you draw your enclosures out before you build them.
Now that's doable! But absolutely squeezing every centimeter there is!
OP check this:
Depending side clearance,
Port accross the bottom out the side maybe a better option
That's awesome Joe X
My only concern is......2 12" subs that are 12.5" each overall diameter = 25" + a 5" port width....means the subs would be right next to one another on top of the port.
maximize the screen and alt + print screen
then open up paint and paste it
then save it as a jpeg
or just type in the actual specs/dimensions on here if you don't mind
So you want to go from 7net to within 7gross with a lower tune
Can't work out the tune but idd want to aim for 5net @28hz with 75-80sq" of port
No, I want around 5 like you're saying, I was just giving my MAX dimensions. I don't want to exceed those at any means.
I'm ready to try a new enclosure design out for my 2 12" SSA Xcon's. They are currently in 7 cubes @ 33hz and I'm wanting to cut back on size a lot.
I want another ported box anywhere around 28-32hz and subs firing up along with port as well (if possible). I've messed around with re box calculator and have come up with subs up and port forward.
Amp is a 3000d and vehicle is a 01 F150 extended cab with no back seat and I listen to all genre's.
Max external dimensions I have are 30" wide x 30" tall x 16" depth
Any help or ideas are appreciated!
Lol. Yes that's correct.
thank you sir!
looks like i'm going to go with loudnlow's design
the other person's design was throwing me off.....4.7 cubes with 98" port area, which is like 24" of port per ft which is extreme.
that being said, would yall like to check my math and let me know from the information i gathered to make a cut sheet from the design he provided.
(2) - 48" x 16" (top/bottom)
(1) - 48" x 19" (back)
(2) - 14 1/2" x 19" (sides)
(2) - 21 7/8" x 19" (baffles)
(2) - 14 7/16" x 19" (port back wall)
(2) - 12 3/8" x 19" (port side wall)
well, i just might, just wanted to see if any others wanted to chime in or add some suggestions.
any others want to help?
awesome, i'll keep this one in mind
any idea if a slightly smaller box would be better?
Would anyone like to help me design a box? please and thank you!
here's all the info
16" depth x 24" tall x 48" wide (maximum dimensions i want to use)
2 12" d1 xcon's
ported anywhere from 28-33hz
going in the backseat (but the backseat has been removed) of my extended cab 2001 f150
this will be my first dual sub setup and i have no idea where to start. i'd like to keep the box 5cu ft or smaller (if possible)
thanks in advanced
parkway drive? memphis may fire?
i played it the other day on my friends new gaming computer, i don't remember what processor, but its a asus mobo with 24gigs of ram and a nvidia video card call of duty black ops edition gtx something.
i drive for work. just did 800 miles yesterday. so i feel your pain on shitty traffic.
let me know when you get a few people one day and i'll swing by too
i get my tint done at ada's window tint off i-10 and normandy, always a great job, excellent prices and lifetime warranty.
Time for a new enclosure (2 12" xcon's)
in Subwoofers / Enclosures
Oh ok, that makes sense now. Thank you Joe! for the help and clarification.
I'll get to cutting soon and post up some pictures and end results.