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Copper - Posts: 75
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Posted: July 05, 2005 at 7:59 PM / IP Logged  
Hello, gentlemen! I'm deciding on a set-up for my subwoofer and amplifiers, all of which will be mounted in the trunk of a 2001 Civic. I have a Brahma 15", a Jl 300/4 and a Jl 1000/1. The sub requires 2.25ft3 internal volume and will be in a sealed enclosure. Here is what I'm thinking of doing:
Hope that link works for everybody...Anyway, with this set-up, will there be any negative effect on sound quality? Would the amps be subject to anymore vibrations/resonance/damage than if mounted elsewhere? I'd like to know any drawbacks of this application. I like the appearance of this install and could save the cost of a fibreglass enclosure. Any feedback is appreciated.
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Posted: July 05, 2005 at 10:16 PM / IP Logged  
As long as the box is braced very very whell internally you should have no problems.  The brahma will flex 1 " mdf, you need to brace it especially where the amps will be, , any flexing there will bend and possibly break solder joints in the amps.
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Copper - Posts: 75
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Posted: July 06, 2005 at 12:22 AM / IP Logged  
Okay, I'll have them brace the hell out of it. This install seems as though it'd be fairly cost-effective while still having some aesthetic appeal. I guy I'm talking to about building the box says he uses old hockey sticks for bracing...

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