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Cu Ft for Sub

What is the volume needed for a 12'' Fusion?
There isnt a product selection about it, so i had to put it under a different category brand.
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EN-SW100 EN-SW120 EN-SW150
PORTED

Volume (litres) 28.5 48.28 91.28
Volume (cuft) 1.008 1.705 3.223
Port diameter 76.2mm / 3" 76.2mm / 3" 101.6mm / 4"
Port length 255mm / 10" 225.3mm / 8-9/10" 242.5mm / 9-1/2"
Tuned frequency (Hz) 41.6 33.0 34.2 SEALED
Volume (litres) 15.71 28.58 85.53
Volume (cuft) 0.56 1.009 3.02
Tuned frequency (Hz) 69.9 53.9 44.4


If this doesnt come out right, look at the following link...
http://www.fusioncaraudio.com/north-and-south-america/suggested+encounter+subwoofer+enclosures+sizes-12-technical-support-detail.aspx

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