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Thread: reverse mount sub inclosure--newbie

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    reverse mount sub inclosure--newbie

    Im new to sterio systems so my question maybe dumb. I have a 2007 Avalanche and want a fiberglass box to sit on top of the center rear seat and extend to the floor. I want 2 10s reverse mounted. Will I have to put 2 in the box also or just 2 reverse mounted?

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    reverse mounting a sub doesn't really change anything.

    I'm not sure I understand your question...if you're reverse mounting a sub, why would you have to add 2 subs? I'm not sure I follow your train of thought on this and why you would come to this conclusion?
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    So could I just reverse 2 subs and still get bass? I was thinking that I have to mount them face to face to get bass.

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    why do you think that? I'm curious...

    it doesn't matter which way the sub faces...you just need to separate one face from the other.
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    you want something like this?


    oh, and a box for 2 10's doesnt need to be anywhere near as big as what your describing.

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    Yea thats what Im looking for.

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    The size depends on the subs and the amount of air space they require as well as how low he's wanting the sub to go, and what he wants to box to be tuned for.

    For instance in our GTi, the 15" K2P sub we're using normally requires only 2.5 cu. ft. sealed. We're running it in 3.5 - 3.75 cu. ft. ported....but we're also able to hit notes as low as 16Hz without a single problem.

    btw - it's a reverse mounted sub too...

    http://www.mj-garage.com/Gallery2/v/..._8570.JPG.html

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    A guy here in town that sells car audio said I would have to have a sub on the inside, face them toward each other and swap the negitive and positive on one of them

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    Im gonna use MA Audio 10s 500watt each

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    you need to find out EXACTLY what those subs require as far as air space. YOU need to do the research if YOU are going to build this enclosure.

    Sounds to me like you're actually very green to audio in general and that you need to do a bit more learning before you go off and dive into installing a system in your car.
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