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1. Car. Year, Make, Model: 2007 Ford F150 Ext Cab 4x4


2. Subs. Make, Model, Size, How many: Orion HCCA 15 (old school one)


3. Power. How much power per sub: 1500,2000 watts, APMI-2000


4. Goal. SPL or SQ:
both

5. Sealed or ported:
bandpass so both in theory.... sealed inside ported =)


6. Sub/port placement: .5 (sub)


7. Max dimensions:
Toolbox dimensions in attached picture

8. Desired NET vol and tuning(optional):
Spec sheet for sub attached, but I would like 30-35

9. Finish:


10. Zip code for shipping: 67056


11) Additional comments:

4th order bandpass in a toolbox.... I have it tuned to 35hz in a ported box currently, but I want to move this into bed for blow through




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35 Hz tuning in a 4th order is a very low tuning, the low frequency response is controlled by the sealed resonance. Are you sure you want to tune the ported section that low? Or you just want to make sure you can play down to 30?
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I just want to be sure I can play down to 30, I don't know much about the tuning on a bandpass, my apologies.
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I do Box Designs for $20.

I do the design after you pay me and give me the info. {usually within 24hrs}

the most musical 4th order band pass boxes play efficiently about 15 hz above & below the tuning.

most music bass is 50-60hz .
45hz is lower than I normally tune for music but it'll get the 30hz you desire.
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what do you normally tune them to?
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50-60
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I think I've been talked out of the blow through... I'm trying to figure out a way to cut the middle of my back seat do the 15 in it.... and I was thinking 2 8's lower and more towards the front for mid bass, but I don't know if the 15 will drown out the 8's (atomic quantum 8's rebuilt with dvc)
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skip the 8s. if your rear seat is split, just remove the small portion of your rear seat and build the box and fire the port and sub up. {keep at least 12" clear above the box}
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I have exactly that seat in the picture right there lol

Why sub and port up? I have sub forward port up atm, not sure if that's best or not... but it's nice atm.
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If your interested iin a down firing design i have one.
its IMO better than firing up. i've had better results personally.
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