Question about Kicker S12D Car Subwoofer
If it's sealed...build it yourself...you can even get home depot or rona to pre cut the 3/4 mdf for you. You need a box that's 1 cube interior volume which is 12x12x12 or 13.5 x 13.5 x 13.5 outside, so you need 6 pieces of mdf, two (13.5x13.5), two (13.5x12), and two (12x12). Don't worry about driver displacement as it's about .08 cubes, so you'll still be at .92 cubes after that, and it will simplify your design. Get some glue, screws, and caulking (or use the glue like i do). Put it together, let it dry, seal it, and then paint, cover, or leave it as is. Cut your 11" hole for your speaker, drill a small hole for your speaker wire (forget terminal caps), run your wire and then seal the hole with caulking, mount your speaker using a gasket or rope caulk, hook it up and enjoy.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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