Would this work.


I've got 2 Audiobahn 12"s
45 oz. Strontium Magnet
Power Handling: 400 watts RMS
Frequency Response: 24Hz - 1kHz
Efficiency: 92.1 dB
PHAT Foam Surround
Non-Pressed, Non-Transfer Paper Cone
KM3' Coated for Virtually No Cone Distortion
2" 4-Layer ASV Voice Coil
Dual 4 Ohm
2 or 8 Ohm Operation
Mounting Dimensions: Depth; 5 1/4"
Hole; 10 7/8" Diameter; 12 1/2"
MULT-CONNECT Lug Lock Terminals

Would this box be good for those subs? 2V-/sem/rpsm/oid/119725/rpem/ccd/

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

Wisteria, Lane USA

Post Number: 8798
Registered: Dec-03
that'd work but you can get the exact same box on ebay for about $70 delivered to you.

search for keywords "dual slot vent 12" box"

they're about $15-20 plus s/h

GlassWolf, since my sub says "2 or 8 Ohm Operation", does that mean my amplifier must be set to run at 2 or 8 ohms? But since I have two subs doesn't that make more or less ohms?

Bronze Member
Username: Ucfsaxman

Oviedo/orlando, Fl

Post Number: 67
Registered: May-05
If the subs are dual 4 ohm then 2 would be either a 1 ohm or 4 ohm load for a mono amp.

What exactly is a mono amp? I have this...

2-Channel 2000 Watt Amp
* 2000 Watts Max Power
* Bridged RMS @4 Ohm: 1000 W.
* Bridgeable at 4 Ohms Only
* Top Mount Controls
* Polished Chrome & Plexiglass
* Remote Control Bass Booster
* Adjustable Crossover Network
* Soft Turn On/Off Circuit
* 2 Ohm Stereo Stable
* Bridgeable into 4 Ohms
* Mosfet PWM Power Supplies
* Variable Gain Control
* Remote Turn On/Off
* Hi/Lo Level Inputs
* Power On LED Indicator
* LED Protection Indicator
* S/N Ratio: >90dB
* THD: <0.4%
* Freq.Resp.: 10Hz-30k Hz
* Thermal, Overload Protection
* Short Circuit Protection
* Measures 11" X 2" X 16.2"

How many ohms would that need to run at with my subs? The same or different?

Bronze Member
Username: Infinity_addict

Santa Rosa, California USA

Post Number: 53
Registered: Jul-05
the way you wire yer subs determines yer resistence (ohm load). a mono amp is an amp with one channel, you have a two channel amp. to wire yer subs, look here. wiring yer subs this way will give yer amp a 4ohm load. to bridge yer amp (combine the power of the amp's two channels) connect the pos+(red) and neg-(black) wires farthest away from each other in their respective terminals on the amp. this will give each sub 500W. it's ok to overpower them a little bit, so don't worry. have fun!

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

Wisteria, Lane USA

Post Number: 8854
Registered: Dec-03
mono means 1 channel
yours is 2 channel

you'll wire your coils in parallel for each sub, and put one sub on each channel of your amplifier
that'll give you full power to each sub
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