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Old 11-23-2012, 09:22 PM
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Subwoofer Box Help

Hey I need some help guys. For some reason I can't quite wrap my head around this but I am looking to put a sub behind my back seat. I know I will have to cut the carpet on the back wall but I am still not sure what will fit. There is a pre made box the dimensions are: Mounting Depth: 5-5/16"
Air Space: 0.80 Cubic Feet
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Dimensions: Width 20" x Height 15" x Top Depth 5" x Bottom Depth 7-1/2"

Will this fit behind there?? Any help would be awesome!



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sounds about right

I have one I can check

you also need to pull a vent and cover it for most boxes and if running 12's get a shallow mount sub
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:07 AM
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Subwoofer Box Help-imageuploadedbyag-free1353773867.713162.jpg

This is what I was looking at.


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Old 11-24-2012, 08:22 AM
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Seems a little pricey to me


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Seems a little pricey to me
Worth every penny! There is nothing cheap about this enclosure. Highest quality, not just 4 sides and a hole. I know, I used to build enclosures of this quality.
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What do you think would be better. Two 10's or one shallow 12?


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i would do two 10's but your in luck .. he does dual 12's also thats what I am getting I like my subs in stereo

his boxes are nice
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