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Cubic inches of a Audiofonics 12

I am building a Ported Box for 4 audiofonic 12inch speakers 1200watt series and I need to know the cubic inches of the speakers

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Re: Cubic inches of a Audiofonics 12

You should be able to download the owners manual for these speakers. The manufacturer will give detailed specs. on the type and dimensions of recommended enclosures for this particular speaker. If nothing is available to download, you could try to contact the manufacturer directly.

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Box recomendations

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i would go with the 801.And ithink u meant the 4501 not 4051.Both super power amps. competition stuff.your woofers are 4ohms dual voice you can series the coil on eaach woffer and use the two channels on the amp.they play at 2ohms.I think if you drop it down to 1 ohm you really be taxing you alternator that is series power.Yioou would need a special alternator.Even with them running in 2 ohms you better hav eat least a 2 farad cap.OR two batteries.. ! more thing don 't pump it up with window s closeed .you'll pop them.serious dbl. you be pumping.I'm jealous.Rating please and enjoy.

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» sealed box volume: 0.7-1.80 cubic feet » ported box volume: 1.79 cubic feet Hope this helps:)

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