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Old 04-07-2006, 07:51 AM
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I have an elcosure that will be housing a csw1014 subwoofer. The requirements for this sub are 0.6 cubic feet. The box that i will be putting it in has 0.9 cubis feet of space. Does any one know what this is going to do to my sub in the long rn, and how it will sound? Any and all replies would be helpful Thanx
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most likely the output will be a little less but the sub will play a little lower. you could always put some small scraps of 2x4's in to fill up some of the airspace.
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Violent b is right. You can always just ad pieces of wood. I would suggest 2 inch wide pieces of 3/4 inch MDF glued to all sides of box. This would reduce the internal volume and at the same time further brace the box which will reduce the box's resonancy and improve SQ.
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Thanx for the replies guys. I installed the subs and they sound ok, but they cant take the amount of power that i used to pump in them before. I think this is because of the box being to big, it decreases powerhandling. N e way, the demsions are 12 x 12 x 12 for each sealed box. Do u kno how much space i would need fill up in teh box so that the internal volume would be .60 cubic feet?
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You would have to fill in 0.4 cubic feet in each box to acquire a 0.6 cubic foot volume. But take into consideration the displacement from the subwoofer which I would guess is about 0.2 cubic feet. So I suggest filling in 0.2 cubic feet and go from there.
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