as of now I have a 15" x.x.x. in a 4.3 cube ported box tuned to 29 Hz and it sound so f#$ken awesome.Does anyone know if a snailshell enclosure will make a considerable difference in output,louder or what? what is so special about this snailshells? First 10 people to answer get a free gift
yes it will make it a good amount louder, and it is a little more complicated then a t.l. box, or a folded horn. every box is designed for that individual sub, at least the new ones are. it will get loud and they are also supposed to sound very clear too. if you ahve the money i would invest in one.
yeah i can tbelieve that orange93 has never heard of a ss box........thats what you wre talking about right? yeah did we answer it? heh? heh? heh? heh? heh? heh?
I ordered a snailshell for my 12" RE MT.
John Nolte, the head engineer told me that a combo such as the one I will have soon is a force to be reckoned with.
I told him "My MT is crazy loud and deep". He replied, "I have some MT's here in regular 'optimum' enclosures recommended by RE and others in Snailshells. Trust me dude, you don't know what loud is yet. When you get your snailshell, you will find out. Start reinforcing your car now."
very intricate. a folded horn i think you could build, maybe..... giving you a hard time. a folded horn is the old ss. but now they are built to meet a specifics subs needs. thats why they are so exspensive. there was a site where they took one apart, i dont remember it though
that 2 6 1/2 snail shell video was awsome... 200w but those boxs are kinda big but o well. personly id like 1 15" X.X.X or Brahma in a Snail shell id try to stealth install that. lets see that box weigh's close to 80lbs.(UPS will hate that if ground,$80 shipping i belive) and cost is $325 BUT built perfectly to sub specs, i think its worth it.