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I need to know the demensions for 10 inch subs

I need to know the demensions for 10 inch sub woffers in a speaker box to get a better sound for the bass.

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Almost any 10 will use .75 cubic feet up to 1.25 cu ft. thats about the size of a milk crate give or take. a sealed box will give you the cleanest tightest bass. A ported box will be louder but also larger at the cost of decreased power handling ability and sound quality. If your subs are designed for small enclosures use a sealed box around .75 to 1.00 cu ft.

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Dennis

First things first:
1) you can buy on audio stores, boxes for 10 inch speakers
then you can do this kind of work,
I try to do what you did, and you know what happend! *&^%$
Open Sky

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