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Needing_help
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Will this box (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem%26%26item%3D5733937508&ssPageName= STRK:MEWA:IT) be ok for two infinity kappa perfect 12s (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-feVkeqxxJcW/cgi-bin/ProdView.asp?g=67700&I=108PER12 1). Please I need feedback, this is a Christmas present.
 

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Username: Oleg

Santa Monica, CA USA

Post Number: 20
Registered: Nov-04
I couldn't get the link for the box, but regardless of what it was, you need a medium density fiberwood (3/4" or 5/8") box with 1 cubic foot of volume per sub. Get like a Q-logic type 1 box - all of this is on that page anyway!
 

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Username: Symplestiles

Stockton, CA Usa

Post Number: 286
Registered: Aug-04
try here for boxes, www.topedgeonline.com they make quality stuff for good prices and are speedy on delivery. good luck!
 

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Username: Rusio1

Phoenix, Az

Post Number: 3
Registered: Nov-04
I have a Q-logic bandpass box that has 2 ports on each side for 2-10" subs and 2 Fosgate P-1s SVC 400w @ 4 ohms. When installed they angle toward each other and are sealed by a plexiglass window. The questions I need answers to are, is this the right box for these subs, will this config. damage my speakers, and what is better for these subs ported or sealed?
 

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Username: Oleg

Santa Monica, CA USA

Post Number: 39
Registered: Nov-04
I know those subs offer high SQ, so to better take advantage of that you'll need a medium size sealed box. Manufacturer specifies for optimum performance you need a box with 1 cubic foot per sub. Some subs can straight out sound like s**t in bandpass boxes! Not sure of those are one of them. If you want sound quality get the box I described above. If you want to get a little louder look up what ported box spec infinity recommends for those subs.
 

Needing_Help78
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If I get a sealed box is it ok if its like 1.3 cubic feet per chamber and not 1 cubic foot per chamber?
 

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Username: Oleg

Santa Monica, CA USA

Post Number: 77
Registered: Nov-04
It will hit lower notes, but till handle less power...will overheat easier. I say go with 1.0 cubic feet, it'll be optimum for power and clarity.
 

Needing_Help078
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couldn't i just put some poly-fill in it to make it 1.0 cubic feet?
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