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Question for any person, I'm building a box for a friend. He has 2-JL Audio W7(not the AE) svc 3ohm subs with a Taramps 5000.1 mono but switching to a JL 1000 mono amplifier. He wants a sealed enclosure but he likes loud so I suggested a ported box. Doesn't want that, so I had mentioned having both types either going 4th order being sealed and ported or go with a 6th order. By experienced ppl out there, which type enclosure would be best for these 2 12W7's? The system is going in a 06' Buick Regal. Thank yall if any ideas on this

Edited by Bert504504
Forgot the Size of subwoofers

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Well I'm currently using a 4th order as a daily box with a single12" American bass godfather dvc.1 and it does great with 1800.1 audiopipe

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4th and 6th orders are great for extending bandwidth. I don't think there's anything wrong with either for daily if you get it right. 4th order is easier. Jmo

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For just a box in a cargo area or trunk do a ported box....4th and 6th orders  tend to really shine when they're walls 


2002 trailblazer 4 runs of 1/0

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14 banks of blue Maxwells, 

DC 320sp and a DC 370XP 

mids amps RF 1000-4ad

Precision power 2 channel for tweets

sub amp: 2 sundown SCV7500ds at .5 each 

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