I guess I should also say I want it to get loud and low. That's my goal with this setup. I've had this sub for about a year and I want to build a new box for it. The first time, I built the port a little small (port area wise), so this time I'm going to make it bigger as well as increase the box volume.
My plan is to make a box that is 32" wide, 22" tall, and 28" deep with a port that will be 20.5" tall, 6" wide and 35.6" deep. According to bassbox pro, that will give me a 29hz tuning.
Does this sound right? Those are the maximum dimensions I can fit in the back of my Jeep while still keeping the port about 5-6" away from the hatch.
Any suggestions? BTW, it'll be sub up, port back and it's powered off of a sundown SAZ-1000d.
Also, do you think I'll need any bracing? I was planning on using a double baffle, but that's it as far as bracing.
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