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Subs require a certain amount of cubic air space to play right, and in your case your need a divider in the box, the subs are fighting each other for air, and if one blows, more than likely the other one will blow due to air movement in the box, build a custom box for each with the right air space and put a divider in it!!!!!
 

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Originally posted by Booyaa63@Nov 4 2003, 10:36 AM
how about if i just port one side of teh box?
can you make this box bandpass then port only the left side. make sure your port aim towards the trunk lid for extra rattle
 

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Originally posted by Jordan@Nov 4 2003, 02:25 AM
Subs require a certain amount of cubic air space to play right, and in your case your need a divider in the box, the subs are fighting each other for air, and if one blows, more than likely the other one will blow due to air movement in the box, build a custom box for each with the right air space and put a divider in it!!!!!
exactly.

And if one of your subs is a lower performing sub, then you won't be getting your moneys worth out of the other one. Either buy the same brand of subs, or build a new box and seperate the subs, with the proper airspace for each woofer.
 

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Originally posted by 77monte4pumps@Nov 4 2003, 05:46 PM
i dont believe all that techincal airspace shmarespace bull crap

just slap it together and it will BOOM!
But, if you take the time to do it right the first time, you can have twice the boom for the same buck.
 
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