Subwoofer Box help


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Username: Campthree2005

Post Number: 5
Registered: Dec-04
I just got a kappa perfect 12.1 for christmas with a box but my sub doesn't fit in the box i need a spacer to lift the magnet up off the back does anyone know if they make like a 12" spacer to go around the hole or something???

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Username: Krijgy

Smithfield, Virginia United states

Post Number: 6
Registered: Jan-05
you never want to use a spacer when installing subwoofers, you are going to have to buy a new box. (typically) you have to buy a box that has about 3" of clearance from the magnet to the back of the box

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Username: Redskin


Post Number: 90
Registered: Dec-03
Why wouldn't you want to use a spacer on a sub?

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Username: Addicted2bass


Post Number: 144
Registered: Nov-04
I know some people that use spacers on there sub boxes. And they seem fine, as long as you properly do it. And make sure it doesnt flex or anything.

Silver Member
Username: Hdubb

Farmington, Nm Usa

Post Number: 271
Registered: Nov-04
if you dont use a spacer try sanding out a grove where the magnet would go. as long as you dont get carryed away it should work fine. but if the box is that small you might consider a bigger box
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