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BOSS D10F Phantom 10" Flat Subwoofer
any suggestions for a bandpass enclosure for these subs?
This will work reasonably well in a bandpass enclosure, although the volumes are pretty large. The sealed chamber needs to be 2.6 cubic feet and the vented chamber needs to be 0.75, with a 3" diameter, 6" long vent. This will provide response from ~33 Hz to 90 Hz.
Date published: 2015-02-21
hello,i want to build a sub box to fit under my seat but I don't think I could manage a 1.9 cuft box,how would this work for say a .50 cuft box stuffed to the max.
The 1.9 volume is considered "ideal" even though it will work fine in smaller volumes. A heavily stuffed 0.5 cubic foot enclosure will still work well, especially in a vehicle application.
Date published: 2015-02-13
Bass box says these work in a ported box.....what should I expect before building a ported box for 2 of them. Is it worth the effort?
A ported box will have a big peak around 60 Hz which could cause a muddy tone. I would recommend sticking with a sealed design for these.
Date published: 2014-08-01
Will this work well as a free-air speaker? I am looking for a 10" free air. Speaker mouted in back seat (pull down console) with free-air in trunk.
Should be okay in that use, but you'll have to limit the power going to it. It won't pound as hard as it would in a smaller sealed enclosure, but you will get smoother, more extended bass than you would with a small box.(This recommendation is based on a quick simulation using the few parameters that Boss publishes; I haven't even seen one of these in person.)
Date published: 2012-05-09
What size sealed enclosure
I am looking to install this in a sealed enclosure with a volume of approximately 0.4 cu. ft. of space. I am not looking for truck shaking sound, but rather just a speaker to round our the factory equipment. Will this sub function at the level I'm looking for in a box of that size?
Most car audio subwoofers work well in small sealed enclosures. I would expect this subwoofer to do the same.
Date published: 2012-10-26