Question about AudioBahn DUB200 Car Subwoofer
If you can access the inside of the sub box by removing the speaker, you may be able to measure the 3 dimension of each side of the enclosure. 1 cubic foot is 12x12x12 inches cubed. That is 1728 cubic inches per cubic foot. If you measure the inside dimensions of one of the enclosure sides as 10x14x8 inches, then that is 1120. 1120 divided by 1728 is 0.648 cubic feet. Alternatively, you could estimate the volumes of each side of the box by measure the outside, figuring out where the box divider board is, subtracting the width of the boards used to make and then calculate. Otherwise, I do not know the enclosure that that sub comes in. Good luck. Let us know how it goes.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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