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| Originally posted by mjolnir2k@Nov 10 2004, 02:43 PM |
I am looking to get some ideas on a sub woofer install in my e36 1998 328i.
I currently have a 10" Orion XTR pro in a vented wedge box, but I think boxes look terrible and clunky not to mention take up space.
I was wondering if anyone had done any type of custom install or knows of any cool sub enclosures that would 1. free up some room in my trunk, and 2. look better than the old sub box tossd in the trunk.
Not sure if it matters, but I am running an Alpine H/U and a 500.1 Orion XTR amp.
Pictures of cool install always welcome!
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| Originally posted by brien4787@Nov 11 2004, 02:42 PM |
that is pretty cool, but is there enough air getting to the speake?r
| Originally posted by El Presidente@Nov 11 2004, 04:28 PM |
a wedge shape will always give a better sound than a square. You can have an enclosure like that in an e36, but it has to be fiberglass to be form-fitting.
| Originally posted by El Presidente@Nov 11 2004, 04:49 PM |
you'e link is no good.
This is my current box, btw.
|Nice box, very clean. What is the depth?|
| Originally posted by El Presidente@Nov 11 2004, 04:56 PM |
depth is 12"
I dislike fiberglass because it needs to be layered thick to attain good acoustic properties. I know how to do it, but have never actually done it.
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