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Box im having problem for building a box for AW1571SE..what is the best measurements for this?

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Hello dirt_digger6,

The specific sub you are asking about would seem to be the TS-302F which is the only 12" 800W Pioneer I have located.

Directly from Pioneer's support knowledgebase:
TS-W302F = Ported: 2.5 Cu.Ft. F3 = 39HzPort: 4  x 6.5 tuned @ 37 Hz with 12 % port noise.

An enclosure 16X18X21, constructed from 3/4" MDF will yield 2.69 Cu.Ft., allowing .19 Cu.Ft. displacement for the sub and port.
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