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Help with vented box design Nvx vcw104

Old 10-26-2015, 02:21 PM
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Help with vented box design Nvx vcw104

I have 1 Nvx vcw 104 sub that is currently in a sealed prefab box. I am wanting to build a vented port box and have never done one before. I'm looking for more output. It's going in a Ford Expedition so room really isn't a issue except I don't want anything too big. So only as big as it has to be. Please help with dimensions of the box.
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Old 10-29-2015, 09:16 AM
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Help with vented box build

I'm going to tackle building a vented box for 1 Nvx vcw 104. Specs for the box are going to be 1.5 cu ft. Tuned at 33 Hz
My max dimensions are 17" w, 18" h, 30" d.
I need help designing this box as I'm new to vented box building, so any help and details will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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it is better to use a round port for this box . you have to calculate volume of the port too
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