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I want to make a box for this woofer and i want to know the dimensions.

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Http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_13203_Kole+Audio+KMX-15.html look at the specs, you should use 3/4 plywood or particle board, roughly 19' tall 19'' wide and 10'' deep

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18.75" Wide x 18.75" Height x 16" Deep..14.5"x1.5" Slot Port..Port Length 13.73"..3.26 cu.ft tuned at 30 Hz..FTW!

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My amplifier for gale 3090subwoofergot damaged, the speaker and the box still intact. I need replacement


Hi,
It will be very difficult get the exact replacement for the subwoofer you have. If you sech in the internet you will get lot of subwoofer modules. Buy one which will fit in the dimension of the existing amp module..

Check the link for sub woofer modules

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This module will be perfect for you if the dimentions are correct. If not then you have to do some cuts on the box to suit the same.


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Mar 31, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Box specs and airspace for 8 inch subwoofers


<span>Regardless of your wattage rating on your sub woofer, sub woofers</span> differ in only one way. You get an "Open Air" and a "Closed air" <span>Sub woofer</span>, That being said, you'll have to check on your magnet which one you have, to make the boxes for that particular sub woofer. If it is an "Open air" <span>Sub woofer</span>, you should see a hole with "wire mesh" or "metal grid" in the center, at the back of the magnet. If it is a "Closed air", the magnet will be solid with no hole whatsoever.<br /><br />If it is a "Open air" sub, your boxes should always be sealed with silicone sealant, and no ports are to be cut in your box.<br /><br />Regarding the "Closed air" <span>sub woofers</span>, you should have 2 ports cot in the corners of the boxes just below your sub on the face of the box, and the port sizes should be around 50mm in diameter. Get yourself some 50mm PVC drain piping to use as ports. Firstlycut yourself a 100mm piece and insert flush with the front of the box. Test your sound. then try a 150mm piecs and test again. You should start with a 100mm long piece in the one box and add 50mm increments to "tune" the port up to 250mm, depending on the frequency of bass you require. Carry on testing the sound on each increment until you find the sound you want, Then silicone the port to the box for permanent fixing.<br /><br />On a 15 inch <span>Sub woofer</span> ranging between 80Hz and 100Hz, the ample box size required should be a box of 9 inches high, x 9 inches wide, x 9 inches deep. Or 400mm high, x 400mm wide, x 400mm deep. <br />Enjoy! <br />

on May 29, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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Box size and airspace for 10 inch subwoofers


<span>Regardless of your wattage rating on your sub woofer, sub woofers</span> differ in only one way. You get an "Open Air" and a "Closed air" <span>Sub woofer</span>, That being said, you'll have to check on your magnet which one you have, to make the boxes for that particular sub woofer. If it is an "Open air" <span>Sub woofer</span>, you should see a hole with "wire mesh" or "metal grid" in the center, at the back of the magnet. If it is a "Closed air", the magnet will be solid with no hole whatsoever.<br /><br />If it is a "Open air" sub, your boxes should always be sealed with silicone sealant, and no ports are to be cut in your box.<br /><br />Regarding the "Closed air" <span>sub woofers</span>, you should have 2 ports cot in the corners of the boxes just below your sub on the face of the box, and the port sizes should be around 50mm in diameter. Get yourself some 50mm PVC drain piping to use as ports. Firstlycut yourself a 100mm piece and insert flush with the front of the box. Test your sound. then try a 150mm piecs and test again. You should start with a 100mm long piece in the one box and add 50mm increments to "tune" the port up to 250mm, depending on the frequency of bass you require. Carry on testing the sound on each increment until you find the sound you want, Then silicone the port to the box for permanent fixing.<br /><br />On a 10 inch <span>Sub woofer</span> ranging between 80Hz and 100Hz, the ample box size required should be around 26 liters, meaning that you will end up with a box of 11 inches high, x 11 inches wide, x 11 inches deep. <br />Enjoy! <br />

on May 29, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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HOw do I recone, or replace the woofer in my NEC SW-300e subwoofer? Where do I get the parts from? Which one is easier, and HOw much? Thank you.


hi,
Its better to replace the woofer with a new one with the same specification than doing recone the old one . Go for an woofer avilable with the same specification (woofer with the same OHMS , Watts, and dimension.)
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Jul 28, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Hi i have a 15"w3-d4 jl audio sub,can anyone tell me what size antype box i should use ie sealed or ported and the box dimensions


Hi,
I've had a look at the JLaudio website and they recommend 2 box designs, a ported and a sealed.
The sealed box needs a volume of:
2.125 ft3 or 60.2 litres.
To get this you would need to build the box to these dimensions:
22" x 16" x 14.75" or 559mm x 406mm x 375mm
The ported box needs a volume of:
3.50 ft3 or 99.1 litres.
To get this you would need to build the box to these dimensions:
24" x 19" x 18" or 610mm x 483mm x 457mm.
The port needs to be:
3.0" x 10.9" or 76mm x 277mm.
The enclosure recommendations listed above are external dimensions which assume the use of 3/4" (19mm) thick material. If you are using 5/8" (16mm) thick material, subtract 1/4" (6.5mm) from each dimension. Do not use any material with a thickness of less than 5/8" (16mm) as this may compromise the rigidity of the enclosure.
• All enclosure volumes listed above are net internal volumes! Driver displacement, port displacement and brace displacement must be added to obtain the final gross internal volume. All enclosure dimensions above have already taken this into acount.
• When using two subwoofers in a common enclosure simply double the required volume and, in the case of a ported enclosure, use two times the recommended port(s). Likewise, when using three subwoofers in a common enclosure simply triple the required volume and, in the case of a ported enclosure, use three times the recommended port(s).
• We recommend the use of this speaker in a bi-amplified system using high-quality satellite speakers and a high-quality amplifier. We do not recommend the use of this subwoofer with a passive crossover (coil), as this type of device will adversely affect performance.
As you can see it all depends on the space you have available, whilst the vented box will give you a more efficient bass responce especially with the low range frequencies.

If you to go and look at the information about your sub woofer and find out all the information about building or buying the correct enclosure then this is the link to the pdf file I found:
The enclosure info is on page 3:
JL AUDIO 15W3 Tech Specs and box info.
Warm regards
Mike

Oct 12, 2010 | Jl Audio 15W3-D4 Car Subwoofer

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I have a circle 15'' sub woofer and i need the dimensions of the hole to cut


Draw a pattern of the sub on the box then take 5/8 of an inch off the inside,that should let it slide in easy.

Oct 26, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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Djust


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.

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TH-M606


Either the amp for the sub is bad, or the sub woofer speaker is bad. If you checked the fuses, you must know how to get the amp out of the sub woofer box (screws in the bottom of box and around the metal plate of the box). Take it out again and check the wires that go to the sub woofer. It is the red and white wires if I remember correctly. They come from the box and plug into the amp board with a white plastic connector. Or you can check the wires right at the speaker. The cover for the speaker comes off with about 4 phillips screws and then take the speaker out with the screw driver as well.Use an ohm meter and check the ohms on the speaker at those wires after you dis-connect them from the board. That woofer should measure between 3 and 6 ohms to still be good. If it measures less than 3 ohms or more than 6 ohms, it is probably bad and will need to be replaced.

Here is the JVC part number for that woofer.

CR250006-01

Be prepared, the cost is ridiculous. $110.16 at JVC's service site.

http://www.jvcservice.com/Service/JPartInq.asp?PgReq=DspDta&PrtNbr=CR250006-01

Or you could just find one that fits properly and use it instead. They are not the best woofer around and are very over-priced.

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Aug 12, 2008 | JVC TH-M606 System

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JVC Sub-Woofer


Well, sort of. It's part of a typical JVC shelf system. The gray and blue are for the left woofer and the red and black are for the right woofer. It's basically just two small "woofers" in a box. So unless you have a small amplifier that has 2 subwoofer outputs with a built in crossover, they are essentially useless.

Aug 04, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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