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Old 01-11-2006, 12:21 PM
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Ample Audio Subs

I recieved my Ample Audio Sub along with the amp and EQ. yesterday. Im going to be building my box this weekend. Here are the specs.:

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10” Performance DVC Subwoofer
400 Watt Max. Power
200 Watt RMS Power
32-1 k Hz Frequency Response
85db SPL @ 1W/1m
Dual 4 ohm Voice Coil
5-1/4” Installation Depth
40oz Magnet
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I really don't want to mess with the back seat height.....will I have to move the rear seat up at all?? I really want a basic sealed box that will thump.

I need your help ASAP!!!!!
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Old 01-11-2006, 01:51 PM
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Measure the length, width and height, of the box you want to make, then divide by 1728, that will give you the air space in cubic feet. Umm I'm not sure why it would be any more complicated then that, hopefully someone else can give you the dimensions of their box. Also, im not sure how much good the EQ is gonna do, unless you have aftermarket front speakers already.
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Old 01-11-2006, 04:11 PM
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[QUOTE=GA FOO 88] hopefully someone else can give you the dimensions of their box.QUOTE]

Thats ALL that im LOOKING for. I know how to do the math.

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Also, im not sure how much good the EQ is gonna do, unless you have aftermarket front speakers already.
You will also need rear speakers. I have front and rear Aftermarket speakers on the way. Im not sure if Im going to keep the EQ though.


So if anyone wants to give me some dims. of their box that is what im looking for. the mounting depth is 5-1/4".....and i dont want to mess with the rear seat.
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Old 01-11-2006, 04:13 PM
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So if anyone wants to give me some dims. of their box that is what im looking for. the mounting depth is 5-1/4".....and i dont want to mess with the rear seat.
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Old 01-11-2006, 05:30 PM
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Sorry, thats why i was kind of wondering why you were posting, since you didnt originally say, "I just want the dimensions"; I was under the assumption you were just gonna measure and feel it out since you had the sub, already.
I would say your box would need to atleast be 7.5 inches in depth to accomodate the sub, what is that drivers xmax?


Sorrry, really this is just an extended BUMP..........for someone who has box dimnesions.
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Old 01-19-2006, 07:58 PM
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anyone out there with some dims?
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Im surprised no one has responded by now. Just of curiosity, where did you hear about this company, and how are the products?
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Old 01-20-2006, 12:20 AM
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This box will work. It's in the classifieds. No need the raise the seat.
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Im surprised no one has responded by now. Just of curiosity, where did you hear about this company, and how are the products?
Me and My brother were sponsored by them a few years ago, and I was pleased with thier products.
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