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look on the bottom of subwoofer should say like olm2412 olm1612 olympus the 1612 is the rms and speaker size 2412 is 2400 rms and the 12 stands for 12 inch subwoofer.i think thair is only 2 modles . also u have 4 u would need a 10,000 rms amp if thay are the olm2412s or 6,000 rms amp to push 4 olm1612. as far as box building info i think you should call maxxsonnics. 847-540-7700 talk to mike
usually you will get the best sound with the box mounted approximately 3" away from rear of trunk with speaker facing toward the rear of trunk if it is a single speaker enclosure you want to do the same just offset it to one side of the trunk corners always amplify sound however just so you know 10's are not really made for low bass they usually have more of a hard hitting pound instead of a low rumble usually 12's will give you the low bass better and it also depends on what kind of box a vented box would be best for low bass sealed box gives you tighter bass but you need more power ported is good for low bass but gets sloppy when loud and a bandpass is used for loud hard hitting bass
Red is positive, Black Negative, if its dual voice coil, then run a lead from the red to red, and black to black on the sub terminals then run your speaker wires off one of the two sets of connections, (the red and blacks) you connected the leads to and run that to your box or enclosure and to the amp from there.
Just get a 12" sub box enclosure for an audio store near you or make a custom box, a larger box supposedly gives you more bass yet at the cost of boot space. I have a type R sub and the box is only as big as it needs to be for the sub to fit and it gives amazing bass.
I used to be a Cerwin Vega dealer. How much space do you have? Ideally you would want at least 4 cubic feet per sub. If you shoot me an E-mail @ email@example.com I will be willing to discuss exact plans for your application. I now run a local business designing custom enclosures and electronics for home, marine, and auto. As for your Stroker- A general box design is going to need to be ported with alot of volume (cubic feet) the bigger the better. The actual port diameter and length will be determined after I have some basics from you. I will give you a free design to start with if you Email me the specifics like how much room do you have? how much power? dual 4ohm coils? car, p/u truck, van/suv? The more info the better. If you want something more custom please specify and I will be happy to help.
if you want a nice thump or sound i suggest face them towards the back of the car that way the vibrations bounce off your trunk and hit you hard
thats how i have my 2 clarion 600's and thats the only way the pound good and they sound the best facing the trunk
alot of times its not just the amp that gives you better sounding bass.. A lot has a to do with a few other factors as well.. first off your subwoofer.. the bigger the subwoofer the deeper the bass. Some woofers exturde, or flex differently depending on the quality and structure of the woofer.. 2nd is gonna be the sub box. different size boxes will give your sub diff. depths of bass. ... general idea is the bigger the box deeper the bass. But if your woofer is not supplied enough power a big box is useless.
With that size amp your best bet is too run a single woofer. Probably a 10inch woofer would sound the best.. but it in.75cub inch. sealed box.. should sound great.
are you gong to use this in your house or car?? any type of enclosed box air tight.. will do if your useing it in your house a box you can face the cone faceing down would be good with a port in the front about 3in would be good. be sure to purchase a cover for the speaker you dont want the cone smashed .you dont want any air leaks .. you can go to any car stero shop and have a box built.if you have good wood working skills build it your self 1/2 in partical board works ..you can also get the port tube at like a raido shack.and speaker port for conections weather it be rca or speaker wire type do not nail your box wood glue is best