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Hey everyone I signed up here awhile back, but have only been able to lurk here and there. Anyway I'm gonna pull the trigger soon and get a sub stage, but I'm not sure which sub/subs I want to buy. My new sub stage will pretty much be 2 12's in a ported box or maybe one 15 in a ported box depending on how much room I have or don't have..
I've looked through the 12'' subs in the store section from all the brands and a couple of 15's but leaning more towards 12's. My goal for the sub stage is pretty much output/loudness. I need some help/recommendations from you guys please and I'll provide more info if you guys need to know anything else.
Sidenote: Car is a 2011 Ford Fusion SE
So I'm in the Midwestspl local and I'm going to change my class to nationals and was wondering if any body on here is from the same group "Midwestspl" that in the basic 4 class that can tell me how tall my box can be I know it to the window line but my 2005 tahoe has to different window line heights the side window is higher than the back hatch window...more ? To come once that one is answer.
Alright, there has been a lot of discussion and I want your opinion!
For an Integra, which is the best box for an all out SPL build? (and gets low)
Wall behind the driver/passenger seats Sub up, port back Sub up, port front Sub back, port back Sub front, port front
So since my first box I have wanted to do an enclosure with no space restrictions. A build that focuses on cone area and low tuning.
Subs are HDS200's (ordered one already to see if I like them, I will post pictures here when it gets here)
Soundqubed is very vague with there enclosure recommendations and i'm looking for a more specialized design
My first dilemma is with the box and is if I should go with a 2x2 pattern such as this:
Or a 4x1 pattern such as this: (ported though)
My only real limits are what can fit through my doorframe's in my house. I was playing with the RE Box Calculator and I can make both styles fit.
I want between 12-19 cubes. (<---cant believe i'm serious with this) tuned low to 28-35 hrz
It can be enormous, only one of the dimensions needs to conform to the doorframe's
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