i didnt feel like doing internal dimensions last night.. and another thing.. my mdf looks nothign like that mdf..adam728 said:Actually internally it is 0.529 ft^3, not including sub displacement. So it's about 0.45 ft^3 per sub, only about 1/3 what it should be.
easily fit a 12w0 in one. i put a 12w3 in a reg. cab in my old truck and only lost 2 notches...hit a 146 on the meter too...and that was sealedNCarolinaS10 said:wow, those are awsome!
good job on those.
looks cool, whats the width?
could you fit a JL 12 W0 in one of those?
That's so true. The other box I have is made from OSB, and not only was it not of high quality, but was a bitch and a half to cut. It was more of luck than building skill that it held together, with the shoddy contstruction.adam728 said:It's not bad stuff, chip board or cheap plywood would have been a much worse choice.
He means fit a 12W-0 in a box with those dimensions, that's not happening, as they are 6 inches deep.94sonoma said:easily fit a 12w0 in one. i put a 12w3 in a reg. cab in my old truck and only lost 2 notches...hit a 146 on the meter too...and that was sealed