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Sacred's 1979 Bronco SSA Build

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Well my initial build at the moment is relatively complete, but of course I have future plans.

Therefore Ill just post some pictures and you can comment and ask questions about the build if you wish. smile.png

Ill add more pictures when I get back home, next week.

Im thinking of doing fiberglass doors with an 8" mid, 6.5" mid, and a supertweet. Then add two more dcons, maybe ported maybe sealed, not sure.. If that doesnt do it for me, Im thinking SSA Icon 18s.

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nice! two diffrent boxeS?

glad to see a SSA build! how do you enjoy it?

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nice! two diffrent boxeS?

glad to see a SSA build! how do you enjoy it?

Thanks! yes I built two boxes so I would have more options with placement and moving the subs around.

Its great, im very happy with them, 45-50hz in there is there sweet spot and can be uncomfortable in my truck. Suprising for 300w subs.

But as it goes I have a hunger for more haha.

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well of course a ported box would yeild better results in most cases.

glad you chose SSA

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well of course a ported box would yeild better results in most cases.

glad you chose SSA

Yes louder but right now Im going for more SQ and wider frequency range than SPL. Although the low end isnt exactly good.

I might try building a ported box to see how it sounds, but I think I might just go big and do 4 Dcons ported.

SSA has definately made me a fan so far. smile.png

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I built a ported box for one of the DCONS and wow, almost as loud on most songs as sealed. Cant wait to build the other one! :)

A couple bad things though is the bass sounds a little off, sounds a little weird sometimes but it might be my box. Also rattles have really become pronounced, definately need to get some sound deadener.

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