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kpax478
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shorten box size
02/17/11 at 17:56:10
 
need help !! I will be building this enclosure this weekend but the size needed will be about 29" width will this affect the sound in any way. It will be going in the trunk of my daughter honda accord, my sub is a stereo integrity v1 mag d2 and mmats 800.1 amp. any suggestions.
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Re: shorten box size
Reply #1 - 02/18/11 at 12:54:53
 
Kpax.

If you are talking about the 12" DBK-212 then it would would all depend on what driver you were going to use.  You might loose a few hertz in lower extension, but I highly doubt your daughter would notice. Plus the sliding baffle assembly will enable you to compensate for that unlike any other sub box out there.

If you're building the DBK-10 then its only 19" tall so you'ed be fine.

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Re: shorten box size
Reply #2 - 02/19/11 at 07:11:27
 
I wouldn't know about the DB212 but my regular DB for 10" drivers was too long (on purpose) And when I brought it back to the size it should be, it sounded noticeable better and a bit lower.
But that's just the other way around of what you are asking of course.
Here is the thread about that:
http://www.decware.com/cgi-bin/yabb22/YaBB.pl?num=1186436463/26#26
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Reply #3 - 02/20/11 at 05:44:34
 
Thanks for the reply. I made cuts at 29".5 so it would fit in the back of rear seat in her car(93 honda accord) do you believe 1 12" sub would sound better and go lower than 2 10" sub. I am using a SI mag v1 sub and a mmats 800.1 amp.
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