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Box position for 2 12" Kicker L7's

 

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Username: Cplaya280

Quakertown, PA USA

Post Number: 296
Registered: Oct-05
What is the best way to put my box in my trunk so i get the most spl i can possibly get out of my 2 12" kicker L7's, is it like do u gotta put it on an angle or sumthing or how is it. cuz sumdays i move it around and it sounds erally really loud and other days it doesnt seem as loud so im tryin to get ur opionons for the most spl
 

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Username: Logan__tille

Hamilton, Indiana United states

Post Number: 898
Registered: Feb-06
If you plan to use a rear firing setup in a trunk car, make sure your box doesn't seal off the trunk from the passenger compartment. You need to leave some space for the waves to pass back into the interior of the car. Either make the box as low as possible so the wave passes over the box and enters the cabin via the seatback and rear deck, or reduce the width of the box so the wave can pass to the side and into the car's interior. A big, giant box may make your trunk extremely loud, but all you'll hear is muffled rattle if the box takes up the whole space behind the rear seat and under the rear deck.

If you have a hatchback car, keep the box as far back in the vehicle as possible. Keep the port as far to the rear as possible.
 

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Username: Cplaya280

Quakertown, PA USA

Post Number: 297
Registered: Oct-05
i have a 2002 impala so i have pretty big trunk space i just wanna know what would have louder spl if i push the box as far as possible or bring it up as close as possible, i even tried angles but i just want good opinons on what u's do
 

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Username: Cplaya280

Quakertown, PA USA

Post Number: 298
Registered: Oct-05
bump
 

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Username: Logan__tille

Hamilton, Indiana United states

Post Number: 901
Registered: Feb-06
its should be the loudest positioned like this...Upload
 

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Username: Cplaya280

Quakertown, PA USA

Post Number: 299
Registered: Oct-05
so pretty much just normal i cant tell if that box is pushed back as far as possible or is it pulled closer.
 

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Username: Logan__tille

Hamilton, Indiana United states

Post Number: 903
Registered: Feb-06
it should be like a foot away from the back seat, so sound waves can get into the cabin....
 

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Username: Cplaya280

Quakertown, PA USA

Post Number: 300
Registered: Oct-05
so pretty much just leave space on the sides of the box so waves can get through
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