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Old 03-26-2009, 09:16 PM
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10" sub small box

my friend wants to get some subs in his truck and he wants to buy a box that fits under his seats it is for dual 10" subs and has .55 cu ft per chamber and 6 1/8 mounting depth so far about the only thing i can find are image dynamics idq 10's that say they can go in a box that small does anybody else have some recommondations? he is going to power whatever they are with a pdx 1000.1 too
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Old 03-26-2009, 10:03 PM
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Look for some shallow mount woofers.

Kenwood
Rockford fosgate
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and a couple more companys make some decent shallow mounts. buddy of mine just had a P3S and was giving it around 500rms and took it like a champ
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Old 03-27-2009, 01:39 PM
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do the shallow mounts actualy have some good output? he used to have dual 10's cvr's and he has a 15 cvr now but doesnt want it taking up his seat in the back do you think something like 8" L7's would put out more sound than some shallow mount subs?
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Old 03-27-2009, 02:08 PM
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how would it affect the sub if say the min sealed enclosure size was .66 cuft and you put it into a .55 cuft box is the .11 going to make a very big difference? i can find lots of subs that are around there for box size just not to many for only half a cube
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Old 03-27-2009, 02:32 PM
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the Phoenix Gold RSD (if even still available) like a .5 box
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I beleive orion subs are designed ro work in sealed enclosure that are .55 or .65. Hp's or C2's
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found a box on a diff site today bumped airspace up to .77 cuft per chamber so i think he is going to get two 10" L7's min sealed is .66 and max 1cube so they should sound pretty good im thinking
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