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Speakers how could i make or assemble or personalizemy own speakerbox

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First figure out what kind of speaker box you want: Fiberglass, wood, etc.. If you want wood, check your speakers owners manual and determine the volume of the box. should look something like this <a rel='nofollow' href="">Subzero 10 manual</a> At the top you'll notice the Vas, that is the amount of airspace needed. (There are computer programs you can download free, you can enter all that info and it will design a box for you.)<a rel='nofollow' href="">aj designer</a>
You also need to decide if you want a sealed box(easier to build), a ported box( a little harder), or a bandpass( difficult).

After determining the size of the box, go buy the correct amount of wood( 3/4 inch MDF ) from your favorite lumber yard. Also any other needed supplies, Caulk,screws, liquid nails,terminal cups, jigsaw or router, circular saw, ect.

Measure out the pieces and cut, glue, screw, and caulk.

And there you go you have a speaker box.

Now of course, I have oversimplified this incredibly.
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First you figure out the air space needed for the sub. then figure out how much room you want to take up in the vehicle. If your subs came with the manual, It can then tell you the rest.

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