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Your manual should have all info inside.

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SOURCE: What size enclosure (sealed)for Alpine 12"1242D(METAL Music)

  • 12" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils
  • Kevlar reinforced pulp cone with Santoprene™ rubber surround
  • cast aluminum frame with perimeter venting
  • frequency response: 25-500 Hz
  • power handling: 200-500 watts RMS (250 watts per coil)
  • peak power: 1,500 watts
  • sensitivity: 85 dB
  • top-mount depth: 7-5/8"
  • sealed box volume: 0.57-1.0 cu. ft.
  • ported box volume: 0.75-2.0 cu. ft.

  • For rock, i actually have 2 seperate 12's in slot port boxes i built facing forward. Facing forward reduces a little resonance and spl, but keeps alot of that annoying rattle off your tag lol

    Hope this helps :)

    Posted on May 05, 2009

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    SOURCE: 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!

    Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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    SOURCE: I have a 15 inch legacy sharp steel 4000w

    about 1.5 cubic feet for a sealed box and it does matter if its ported.. if you port it you need to find the right size port hole and length to suit the box and suit it to the most common music type you listen to..

    Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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    SOURCE: How much, cubic in., air

    This really depends on the subwoofer. All subs are NOT alike. I would recommend visiting the manufacturers website for more information. Typically 1-1.5 cubic feet works with most 10 in subs. But again, please check the manufacturer for more specific instructions.

    Posted on Sep 06, 2011

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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

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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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    isobaric

    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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    How much, cubic in., air space minimum, sealed encloser and also opitum for sealed enclosure? Speaker is 10in. , 4ohme, CJ-25PL193A Thanks Kevin A.


    This really depends on the subwoofer. All subs are NOT alike. I would recommend visiting the manufacturers website for more information. Typically 1-1.5 cubic feet works with most 10 in subs. But again, please check the manufacturer for more specific instructions.

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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.

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    What are specs for a ported subwoofer enclosure for a 12" pioneer champ series


    TS-W307D2
    Design and Specifications
    12” Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Subwoofer for Enclosure applications 1,200 Watts Max. Power Handling 400 Watts Nominal Rating Qts = 0.44 Xmax = 8.7mm Fs = 33.9 Hz Vas = 42.2 litres Frequency Response : 18 ~ 500 Hz. Efficiency : 89 dB Impedance : 2 x 2 Ohm (Total 1 or 4 Ohms) Delivered with “jumper link”: ready for 4 Ohm use f0 (Lowest Resonant Frequency) : 33.9 Hz. Recommended Sealed Enclosure : 24 ~ 49.6 Litres RECOMMENDED sealed enclosure, not Ported. 24 Litres = 1464.569 cu. inches 49.6 Litres = 3026.777 cu. inches

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    What is the cubic feet of air space


    it's a measurement used to describe the empty air inside an enclosure. When you build a speaker enclosure, such as for two subs, u build it to fit the componets air space recomendations. keep in mind anything inside the enclosure like braces or the magnet part of the speaker will deduct from the measurment.

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    Want to find out the best type of enclosure for 2 lanzar max pro 124d subwoofers


    you best type of enclosure will be a sealed enclosure or you can build it with a partition in the middle seperating the 2 subs and port each side.

    heres a link that will give you the specs for your sub
    http://www.lanzar.com/manuals/MAXP104D-124D-154D.pdf

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    What enclosure do i need for cerwin vega v-max 124 12" sub


    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.

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    Box recomendations


    It depends on the size of the subs- 8z 10z 12z 15z? whether or not you port the box is up to you- a ported box is generally louder than a sealed box -as you are coupling and tuning the sound from the rear of the driver with the sound generated from the front of the sub- but the box is also generally larger as well.Then aside from your preference of ported/sealed you have to account for the recommendations of the manufacturer as to whether the sub/speakers are meant to be placed in a ported or sealed enclosure. Most 10 inch subs do well in a box that yields .75 cubic feet to1.0 cubic feet.most 12z do well in 1.0 cu feet to 1.5 subic feet and 15z do well in 1.5 to 2.5 cubic feet. I have a set of 15z that require 4.25 cubic feet per sub-so its important to look into the manufacturers recommendations. The easiest box to make would be a sealed enclosure-and the sound quality generally yields a tighter more accurate bass sound along with increased power handling capability- try going to rockford fosgate .com and look into the woofer box wizard its a program that calculates air space for whatever size box you have room for-hope that helps you-good luck

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    Best sub For RF T10001


    There is no "best" its a matter of opinion, and fabrication. I have installed $75 subs in the properly fabricated and tuned enclosure that sound like $300 sub in a pre-fabbed enclosure. For volume, you will need a vented enclosure. For sound quality, a small sealed. Both have pros and cons. SoloX 10 is 2500W rms 5000W peak.
    Kicker is plastic. Solobaric may be your best choice in such a small space, however soundsplinter makes an 8" RLi sub that will kick a$$ in the proper enclosure.
    When looking to buy, compare x-max : as this is the linear distance the cone will move. More movement = more air displacement = more volume.

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