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yes i got a 1998 s 10 ex cab. and i you like to put four 12" subs in it. and i would like it to be ported. and all the sud faceinf up, and port too. will that work for me.

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If I have two 12 inch subs and a 15 inch sub in a box,do I have to keep the air space for each separated


THE IDENTICAL SPEAKERS COULD OR COULD NOT SHARE THE SAME AIRSPACE, BUT THE 15 WILL HAVE TO HAVE ITS OWN ENCLOSURE AIR SPACE. EVEN IF IT WERE A SIMPLE SEALED ENCLOSURE, YOU COULD NEVER MIX THE TWO TYPES OF WOOFERS IN THE COMMON AIR SPACE. ALSO KEEP IN MIND THAT EACH TYPE, THE 12'S AND THE 15 SHOULD BE PLAYING DIFFERENT BANDS OF FREQ. USING A VERY STEEP CROSSOVER. AT LEAST 24DB/OCTAVE AND AN EXAMPLE MIGHT BE TO CROSS THE 15 AT 20-40HZ. AND THE 12'S FOR 40-80 OR SO, THE TOP END OF THE 12'S MIGHT BE HIGHER DEPENDING UPON WHICH MID SPEAKERS YOU ARE USING AND HOW LOW YOU CAN CROSS THEM. OK. HOPE THIS HELPS.....V

Jan 13, 2017 | Car Audio & Video

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Air space need sealed subs


Min volume .66 Cubic feet, Max 1.25 cubic for for the 10" sub,
Min volume .88 Cubic feet, Max 2 cubic for for the 12" sub

Nov 21, 2013 | Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer

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How much air space is needed for lanxar max st 15d


it depends on the type of enclose you are building and number of drivers .. you can build them and share air space or build it to were neither sub shares any air space.. if you buy a prefab enclosure for your 15s what ever q logic or q power or any other manufacture choses to build a universal port or vent or sealed box will be just fine.
which type of enclosure are you looking for ..
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1.6 cuft to 2.5 cuft per subwoofer check out the sub boxes from qpower and there specs for 15"BASS15 3HOLE 40 1/8 x 21 x 21 x 17 2.5cuBASS15 4HOLE T 42 x 18 x 18 x 16 1/4 1.6cuqpowers specs from there website
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Oct 29, 2013 | Car Audio & Video

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How much air space is need for a sealed encloser


are you sharing the air space or building a divider to give each driver its own air space

these speakers or not made for low end bass these woofer are meant for mid bass high bass
  • 6.5'' High Power Subwoofer
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  • Specially Treated Foam Edge Suspension
  • 1.5'' High Temperature Aluminum Voice Coil
  • Magnet Weight: 40 Oz
  • Impedance: 4 Ohm
  • Fs: 80Hz, Qms: 4.05, Qes: 1.3, Qts: 1.2, SPL: 87(dB), Vas: 6.8(Cuft)
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  • there is only 3 " of mounting depth needed i would build you door pannel out fiberglass a door pod and mount them on the door if you have a factory speaker there . then run to the amp and turn the x-over on to high pass and them use them as a mid bass driver up front for the front sound stage for get about them as a subwoofer get the lanzar 10's or 12's

    i mounted a set of ma audio 8" subs on my 03 s-10 door the speaker fit in the 6.5 location had to trime the door metal and space them out a little cause the 4.75 mounting depth.it worked and then i ran the them in 2 ohm stereo to my 4 channel amp and used the high pass crossover to run them as a mid bass driver works great for me . ma audio 500 watt dual 4 ohms 8" subs each i had 250watts to each sub.

    you could build a small enclosure just big enough to fit the 6.5 woofer you could build a dual camber enclosure like 8wx5dx8h internale air space would be 0.18

    15 wx5dx8h would give you 0.347 share the air space this is internal air space

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    Oct 16, 2010 | Lanzar MAXP64 Car Speaker

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    How many watts dose this amp put out for one 12" sub??


    It depends on the ohms of the sub. spec for this amp says:
    312Watts @ 2ohms
    If you have a 4 ohm sub then you are pushing an estimated 120Watts.For more power you either need to convert to a 2ohm sub or use 2x 4ohms in parallel circuit. The inch of the sub doesn't tell how many ohms it describes how much air it moves.

    Mar 22, 2010 | Infinity 310A Car Audio Amplifier

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    I have a 2004 toyota corolla would i have enough air space for for to l7 15in or im i better off getting 12's


    you have enough air space for 1 L715 or 2 L7 12s the 12s will move more air and hold more power than 1 L7 15 inch sub

    Jan 27, 2010 | Kicker Solo-Baric L7 S15L72 Car Subwoofer

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    How much air space


    Air space needed around the sub is a minimum of 1 inch, but 3-7 is preferred. If you get too big you can get an echo sound. Sealed is my preferred box - it generally gives you the deep base thumping you are probably looking for.
    Hope this helps! Rate my solution!

    Jan 05, 2010 | Boss Blade BL240DVC Subwoofer - 15" Dual 4...

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    What is the recommened air space for kicker comp vr sealed do you know the specs for building a sealed box


    Really it all depends on how you want them to sound, and to be set up. There really is not specific air space, but there are general air spaces that work, and some times the manufacture will list some specs for different set ups. It also depends on the size of the sub, which you did not specify.

    Kicker recommends as follows.

    0.4 cubs per sub for a compact box, and 1.8 for an SQ box. SQ stand for sound quality.

    So if you want a small box, do .4 per sub. If you want a better sounding box do 1.8.

    Rule of thumb and something to think about.

    The more air space in the sub, the less power you can run, the less air space, the more power you can run.

    For example you can run 200 watts RMS per sub at .4 cubes, but only 140 watts RMS with 1.8.

    As well, the smaller box will be louder, But not sound as good.

    Dec 24, 2009 | Kicker CompVR 05CVR84 Car Subwoofer

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    Box dimensions for 15 in cerwin vega


    do you want the box ported or unported (holes or no holes) if you don't got a lot of room than you dont want a ported box. keep in mind the box has to have the correct amount of cubic air space or you could seize your sub... if you're building it make sure you use OSB board (oriented strand board) or MDF board(medium density fiber) your sub needs .7cubic feet of air space in an unported box

    Feb 14, 2009 | Cerwin Vega IT-15.0 Car Subwoofer

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    What air space is needed for the v810d2 sub plus what size of air ports


    if its the box it only needs like a 1 to 2 inch hole. i have 4 tens in my car and alls i have is a single 1 inch hole. if this isnt what your talking about try and email me back.

    Jun 10, 2008 | Visonik V810D2 Car Subwoofer

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