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Hello everyone i am new to this building a custom box car audio stuff, previously i would just buy an normal sealed but now i want to get a custom box built. I really need help i recently bought a 12 inch DB Drive WDX 2k Subwoofer i have someone that knows how to cut perfectly the only problem is I NEED DIMENSIONS! i have no clue what dimensions to use for the speaker box i am trying to achieve some deep bass i mostly listen to music that has that deep bass.

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You're going to need max dimensions for the vehicle it's going in and how much power you're going to feed the sub....

Rec ported is 2.7 cu ft

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29 high

68 wide

26 deep

Port

21 high

8 wide

29 deep

Should be good for you.

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You're going to need max dimensions for the vehicle it's going in and how much power you're going to feed the sub....

Rec ported is 2.7 cu ft

Well since i only have one sub im going to run it at 2ohms for that i plan on getting a Massive N4 4000 rated 1000RMS @ 2 Ohms

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29 high

68 wide

26 deep

Port

21 high

8 wide

29 deep

Should be good for you.

29 high

68 wide

26 deep

Port

21 high

8 wide

29 deep

Should be good for you.

Any diagram by chance to make this a little easier for me bro?

That counted as a joke bro lol. What he means is learn to post your max dimensions in you original post.

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