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  1. 4th Order Bandpass Enclosure Box Sizes

    Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    Hi all, newbie to the forum here. I'm working on a couple of small 4th order bandpass enclosures for a couple of 12" subs for my car at the moment (size is quite a constraint) and I'm curious about how the box sizes affect the frequency response. I used a 4th order bandpass enclosure...
  2. Question about calculating volume of spare tire well...

    Fabrication, Tools & Tricks of the trade
    Besides water, sand, peanuts, and beads... is there any other way or trick to calculate the volume of a spare tire well. ? I have a 2015 Hyundai Sonata for reference. I'd like to fit 2 kicker L7 10's in there. They require .8 cubic ft. each. (Yes i did Google and search the forum ) Thanks
  3. Need help building subwoofer enclosure

    Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    i just got two new subs in the mail today and im going to build a custom box. i need to have a 3.6 cubic volume inside the box to get the maximum recommended size. what i would like to know is how do i calculate out the subwoofer and port inside the box to reach my goal of 3.6 inches. i tried...
  4. Handy volume calculator for your enclosures

    How-To Articles Provided by our members
    Found a good one. Enclosure Volume Calculator (EVC)
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