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.66 cubic foot sealed, .75 reccomended.

 

Bronze Member
Username: Ornlu

Post Number: 14
Registered: Apr-04
Ok, here's the question. I have a .66 cubic foot sealed box, and a decent one. The sub's reccomended for .75 cubic feet, should I build another box or use the one I have? I know that a little smaller is better than a little larger, but I'd still rather go the best route for sound quality. I have a 1,400 watt amp with < .03% distortion hitting it, so it has enough power to compress the air.
 

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Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 889
Registered: Jun-04
you would be fine but if you wanted to add more volume you could also add a inch of insulation for a 10 percent boost
 

Bronze Member
Username: Ornlu

Post Number: 15
Registered: Apr-04
wouldn't adding insulation to the box decrease the volume of the enclosure? It's specifically designed to not require polyfill or insulation. Or did you mean in the car itself? Because i'm actually talking about home audio use. But I figured more people in this forum had actually built their own.
 

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Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 906
Registered: Jun-04
adding insulation increases the boxes volume
 

New member
Username: Atreyurock

Post Number: 6
Registered: Oct-04
it makes the box think that it is like 10 percent bigger i believe
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