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sub box for a re audio 12 inch se?


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duebel06 
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Posted: March 13, 2009 at 3:58 PM / IP Logged  
hey guys im new here, and to the whole car audio thing...ive got a 08 accent and i just bought this 12 inch resonant audio sub and i was just wondering on what kinda of box would be good for it...? sealed or ported..or maybe a bandpass,and where would be a good place to get one.. im clueless really and help would be appreciated
link to the diminesions... its the SE SERIES..
http://reaudio.com/specs.html#sp_se
audiocableguy 
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I run that sub in 1 ft Sealed and have been very happy with it. It's bridged off a Zapco C2K-6.0 and takes daily abuse.
RE suggest .75 to 1 ft. Sealed
1.5 ft. to 2 ft ported tuned to 35hz or 33hz respectively.
duebel06 
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so you'd say sealed is better than ported? or maybe u prefer it to ported..? why is that
audiocableguy 
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Posted: March 13, 2009 at 11:17 PM / IP Logged  
I'm not saying Sealed is better than Ported. I had a JL Stealthbox that came with a W-3V2. It worked ok but nothing like the RE. The enclosure was 1ft, not big enough to be ported and too expensive to discard.
I have heard this sub in a Ported box that also sounded great. Ported will give you more output at the cost of needing a bigger box. If you are running a huge amp, the RE SX might be a better choice. I'm sending 600W a coil without any hitches.

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