|02-17-2013 11:12 PM|
|thedaringmove||Calculations are pretty close. I'm going to change the design to have the subs downward facing from advice of another Jeeper.|
|02-17-2013 11:11 PM|
|02-17-2013 10:41 PM|
|02-17-2013 10:39 PM|
|AlexS||dont forget the displacement of the driver as well|
|02-17-2013 10:33 PM|
|doclouie||Remember that all your measurements of that box need to be the interior of the box and not the exterior. I was surprised how much volume I lost between the outside of the box and the inside.|
|02-17-2013 07:02 PM|
|02-17-2013 06:13 PM|
They sound great, fit perfect in the corner, and it takes no effort to install. Been in this jeep for 3 years now, and its holding up just fine.
|02-17-2013 05:49 PM|
|thedaringmove||Kicker comps it is. Saving time|
|02-17-2013 05:32 PM|
|thedaringmove||Okay I went and took some measurements and Designed a 1.4~ cubic foot box. Ima look into kicker 10"s and hopefully that will be enough for them both.|
|02-17-2013 05:08 PM|
|doclouie||It varies sub to sub so you would need to check the manufacturer's site. Also an open box takes more volume than a sealed box. A sealed box takes a larger amp than an open box though.|
|02-17-2013 04:53 PM|
|02-17-2013 04:42 PM|
Yes, here you go:
Just be aware that there is not enough cubic feet of space for a 10" or 12" sub if you are going to build a box to the correct manufacturer's volume specifications. Behind the seat you can barely get 1 cubic foot of space in the box.
|02-17-2013 04:29 PM|
DIY sub box?
Has anyone made their own sub box to fit behind the rear seat? Is there anything to it? Two tens or one twelve? Can I see pictures of people's?
I already have an amp ready to go.