Subwoofer Enclosure

SystemsSystems Posts: 14,998
edited October 2003 in Custom Fabrication
I just but bucket seats in my 1989 ford Ranger and i am going to make a box between the seats. It can be about 2 1/2" long and about 1' foot wide and only a 1' or 1' 1/2" tall. I am looking for plans to make a bandpass box for those specifications. If you have any suggestions on where to find plans of that nature or if you can help me. reply. thanks
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  • SystemsSystems Posts: 14,998
    edited October 2003
    in a truck I'd just go with a sealed box, just my opinion.
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  • PoweredByDodgePoweredByDodge Posts: 4,183
    edited October 2003
    you should go downfiring and sealed.

    to do a bandpass in a pickup is suicide -- when you open your windows its going to sound like absolute ****.
    "With your own attitude it is hard to survive here... But who gives a damn, we are here to change the world, and we dont need a password for that."
    - Anurag
  • TrappedUnder IceTrappedUnder Ice Posts: 975
    edited October 2003
    I have to agree with PBD... :cool:
    Peace sells, but who's buying?
  • SystemsSystems Posts: 14,998
    edited October 2003
    Random question, nothing really to do much with this post, I just didn't want to start a new topic. When specs are given for a box and they say 0.6 cu ft does that mean the volume of the box without the sub in there or do i need to make the box a tiny bit bigger to accomodate for the volume the subs taking up?

    Thanks
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  • sntnsupermen131sntnsupermen131 Posts: 1,831
    edited October 2003
    if the specs are listed with the subs...the displacement is included...if it says .6...its .6
    -Cody
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