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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Any kind of enclosure that will hold four 15 lanzar in the back of my 1999 GMC S15 SUV.I would like to have the big tom drops for SPL.Also i will be playing some music form time to time and still i need the big (BOOM) for the SPL.I have one amp going to my sub just for my subwoofer it's a 3000 crunch mono amp.Lanzar say there woofer works bets with ports in the box. I just trying to fine out what is the best way to go for the big boom.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
The specific sub you are asking about would seem to be the TS-302F which is the only 12" 800W Pioneer I have located.
Directly from Pioneer's support knowledgebase:
TS-W302F = Ported: 2.5 Cu.Ft. F3 = 39HzPort: 4 x 6.5 tuned @ 37 Hz with 12 % port noise.
An enclosure 16X18X21, constructed from 3/4" MDF will yield 2.69 Cu.Ft., allowing .19 Cu.Ft. displacement for the sub and port.
There's an excellent "box calculator" located here on the12v.com web site. You can measure the space you have to put the box and fiddle with the dimensions to get close to your ideal volume. There are also calculators on the12v.com which will allow you to calculate a port length based on port diameter (or width/height), enclosure volume, and desired tuning frequency.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 07, 2009
I have been building custom enclosures since 1984. First of all I would need to know exactly what type of vehicle you were trying to install the enclosure into. You will need 8-10 cubic feet for this totally closure. I'm not too sure if you have enough room for this if it's going sometimes of small s_u_v you definitely have the room. I would use a 4 inch by pennington lane ports 1 in eating closure but you might even think about making to sebring closures and bringing them together because you're going to have a lot to flexing with that money into of what first. There again I need to know how much power you're driving to them as well and in what type of configuration you'll be connecting them. Good luck and hit me back up with any questions I will be glad to help thank you.
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