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Have a question some of the old-school guys might be able to help out with. A friend of mine has no bass in his 98 Explorer right now. He wants something, but is on a very tight budget. I have had a new pair of old-school 15" MTX ThunderPro 750 watt subs tucked away in my laundry room. The ones with the red rubber surround. Don't ask me how I obtained them. LOL. I offered them up, and of course he accepted. My problem is, even though they are new and still taped up in their original boxes, there was no paperwork/specs with them. Does anyone know anything about these subs? How much box volume do they need? Do they like a sealed or ported enclosure? Etc. Just trying to help my buddy get some bass in his ride. Thanks in advance for any help.
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I have a ThunderPro 8 DVC that I picked up years ago. Thing is a great workhorse. For a sub that age, it will want airspace to sound good. For a 15 I would give it 3 cubes, ported. Definitely nothing under 2 cubes though.
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Messed around with WinISD & SketchUp and came up with this. Overall outside measurements are 35L x 40W x 13H. Should be tuned to 35Hz if I did everything correctly.
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35 Hz tuning should do it nicely.
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Finally got around to putting this thing together. Just waiting on a few small things to install the amp and see what it sounds like.
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