Originally Posted by 916slapin
I want to do alot of 10s in my tahoe in a c pillar wall. My dimensions are 48 wide 36 deep 38 high I was thinking of 24 10s. Is this possible? It is 30 cubes if I do 2 layers of wood on each side.
Unless I'm not understanding how a wall works, at least a plain old flat wall, the measurements you gave limit you to 3 10 inch subs tall and 4 wide. Depth not as important if you're trying to get them all on the same plane for a wall, as it just helps provide the airspace.
So if you can go 3 subs tall and 4 wide, that gives us 3 rows of 4 subs, for a total of 12 tens. so a giantly oversized flat wall, or a 4th order with 12 sealed, and 18 ported. Small ratio 1:1.5.
Edit: on that note, 12 tens is still pretty damn impressive and should get down just fine with good power. My vote goes to the 4th. Should be nasty loud and still musical. And you still get the wow effect of 12 tens.
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