Question about Pioneer TS-W307D2 12" 1200 Watt Champion Series Subwoofer - 2Ohm Car Subwoofer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Typically you use one cubic foot per sub, so a 2 cubic foot box will work fine. To build a basic one, just a rectangular box, using 3/4" MDF (excellent material for a box), cut pieces this way:
2 - 25.5" x 13.5"
2 - 25.5" x 12"
2 - 12" x 12"
This will give you an interior volume of exactly 2 cubic feet. Cut your sub holes out of one of the 25.5" x 13.5" pieces.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Hello, The problem with the enclosure is that you purchased a "free-air" sub, which is designed to NOT use an enclosure. You need to simply mount the sub on a baffle (board) that covers the whole entire rear deck of your vehicle, and seperates the inside of the trunk from the cabin of the vehicle. Use sealant to keep the two compartments sealed air-tight and mount the sub on the baffle-board. The other option, is to build a very large box (larger than 3 cubic feet) that would be incredibly huge for the subwoofer, as a free-air, it has a VERY high QTS, and relies on a massive amount of air behind the woofer to allow it to reach low frequencies. The best bet would be to get rid of the free-air sub and purchased a sealed enclosure subwoofer for use in a small (.6-1 cubic foot) sealed box.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Length (L) = 31.9 cm =
12.6 inches (approximately 12 1/2 inches)
Width (W) = 51.5 cm = 20.3 inches (approximately 20 1/4 inches)
Depth (D) = 19.7 cm = 7.76 inches (approximately 7 3/4 inches)
Posted on May 04, 2010
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