Specs for single sealed box for MM124

MOMOcivic
MOMOcivic Posts: 20
edited February 2003 in Custom Fabrication
Please if you have the specs on this i would appreciate it...thank you......its almost all put togather...all i need is a sub box...i'll tell you what...putting a pair of mm6's in a 02' civic's doors was no small feat...i can't wait to hear this system with the subs
1 pair MM124
2 pair MM6 6.5
1 Rockford 700s for the subs
1 Rockford 500x for the seperates
1 Rockford One Farad Cap
Sony Xav-7w head unit
All Monster wire, RCA's, fuse blocks and battery terminals.
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  • PoweredByDodge
    PoweredByDodge Posts: 4,185
    edited February 2003
    0.88 cubic feet... anything between 0.8 and 1.0 should be ok... ideally leaning to a hair above 0.88 with a little stuffing like 1/2 lb or less.
    The Artist formerly known as PoweredByDodge
  • MOMOcivic
    MOMOcivic Posts: 20
    edited February 2003
    i meant does anyone hace the specs for the wood for a box to make one .88
    1 pair MM124
    2 pair MM6 6.5
    1 Rockford 700s for the subs
    1 Rockford 500x for the seperates
    1 Rockford One Farad Cap
    Sony Xav-7w head unit
    All Monster wire, RCA's, fuse blocks and battery terminals.
  • PoweredByDodge
    PoweredByDodge Posts: 4,185
    edited February 2003
    well if u want a bare bones square plain jane box....

    internal dimensions -->
    13 inches across the face...
    13 inches tall...
    9.25 inches deep.

    external dimensions -->
    14.5 across
    14.5 tall
    10.75 deep

    determined using 3/4 inch MDF / cabinet grade plywood.


    that'd give you like 0.9 cubic feet on the dot.

    use like 1/2 lb poly fill and call it a day.
    The Artist formerly known as PoweredByDodge
  • Systems
    Systems Posts: 14,872
    edited February 2003
    momocivic... do u have any pics or tips on how to get them in the doors? i have a 98 civic and it has been hell trying to get the mm6's to fit.
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  • MOMOcivic
    MOMOcivic Posts: 20
    edited February 2003
    well.....no pics...all i did was put spacers in and grinf basicaly all the plastic on the door that was in the way....i also has to cut about a 1/4 inch ring to fit em....it was a tight squeeze but they fit in and sound AWESOME
    1 pair MM124
    2 pair MM6 6.5
    1 Rockford 700s for the subs
    1 Rockford 500x for the seperates
    1 Rockford One Farad Cap
    Sony Xav-7w head unit
    All Monster wire, RCA's, fuse blocks and battery terminals.
  • MOMOcivic
    MOMOcivic Posts: 20
    edited February 2003
    dodge how did you come up with those dimensions?
    i dont think the math works out and i wanna make sure i get it right
    1 pair MM124
    2 pair MM6 6.5
    1 Rockford 700s for the subs
    1 Rockford 500x for the seperates
    1 Rockford One Farad Cap
    Sony Xav-7w head unit
    All Monster wire, RCA's, fuse blocks and battery terminals.
  • PoweredByDodge
    PoweredByDodge Posts: 4,185
    edited February 2003
    Originally posted by PoweredByDodge
    internal dimensions -->
    13 inches across the face...
    13 inches tall...
    9.25 inches deep.

    all you do is length times height times width -- for a perfect rectangle/square or whatever... if u do a trapezoid or what ever it'll be difft...

    anyway...
    (13/12) * (13/12) * (9.25/12)
    .......... = 1.083 * 1.083 * 0.770833
    .......... = 0.9041018

    so there's you're 0.9 which is just a hair above 0.88 which i believe will do the best job sealed for that sub for a "square" box.

    :)
    The Artist formerly known as PoweredByDodge
  • MOMOcivic
    MOMOcivic Posts: 20
    edited February 2003
    dodge you the man....i got my 2 sets of mm6'2 in already and man are those some bass **** seperates....i can't wait to put these subs in
    1 pair MM124
    2 pair MM6 6.5
    1 Rockford 700s for the subs
    1 Rockford 500x for the seperates
    1 Rockford One Farad Cap
    Sony Xav-7w head unit
    All Monster wire, RCA's, fuse blocks and battery terminals.