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Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet

Brand:|Model: TR10F|Part # 260-636
Goldwood truck boxes are CNC cut using 3/4" MDF and glued air tight, covered in black polyester carpet. For use with 10" woofer. Slanted front design. Dimensions: 15" H x 19" W x 7-1/4" (5-1/2" Top) D. Approximately 0.7 cu. ft. Sold individually.
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  • 3/4" MDF sealed enclosure
  • Black carpet covering
  • For use with 10" woofer
  • Sold individually

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Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet

Goldwood truck boxes are CNC cut using 3/4" MDF and glued air tight, producing a strong, tight, rock-solid box. High quality black polyester carpet puts the finishing touch on this box. For use with 10" woofer. Slanted front design.

Specifications: • Dimensions: 15" H x 19" W x 7-1/4" (5-1/2" Top) D • Approximately 0.7 cu. ft • Cutout: 9-1/8" Diameter • Sold individually.

Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet
  • BrandGoldwood
  • ModelTR10F
  • Part Number260-636
  • UPC643420413366
  • Product CategoryEmpty Car Speaker Boxes
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (8 Reviews)
  • Weight17 lbs.
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    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet
Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet is rated 4.375 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, especially for the pricePurchased this along w/ a Bravox Sub for a 16-yr old w/ a new truck. Really decent, especially for the price. Covering was tidy and clean. Connectors appeared to be decent - didn't have too much time to look at them though - had the thing up and going in about 15 or 20 minutes, and then he was gone..... Size was right for the speaker - sounded good from what I heard, and loud would be an understatement. His parents will hate me.
Date published: 2013-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from cant build it this cheap!it works fine not sure about the review saying box was particle board instead of mdf mine was mdf.....I've been building speaker boxes since the late 80's....this is great for the price ,you may want to consider upgrading the input terminals not a huge deal its just the box builder in me. It works great with subs that need smaller sealed enclosures (.06 -.07 cu.ft). Im currently running a polk audio dxi 104 sub polk recommends a 0.66 cu.ft enclosure this box works just fine ,takes up very little space in my tahoe and no one can believe that this little box rocks like it does. see pic below
Date published: 2012-06-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for...I purchased this enclosure based on the following description:Goldwood truck boxes are CNC cut using 3/4" MDF and glued air tight, producing a strong, tight, rock-solid box. High quality black polyester carpet and audiophile-grade gold input terminals put the finishing touch on these boxes.I noticed when I first received the enclosure that the "3/4" MDF" is actually flimsy 5/8" particle board. You can actually see the difference if you inspect the picture closely. The material is not as dense in the middle, while MDF is uniform throughout. Knocking on the side of the box it sounds hollow and resonant, which again is not characteristic of 3/4" MDF, especially in a small enclosure.The "audiophile-grade gold input terminals" are hardly worth mentioning, as the statement itself is pure hype. I'll just say that if gold plating actually made a difference, it would make sense to gold plate the conectors inside the box as well as outside. The inside terminal points were dull brass and nothing more, though the outside terminals were gold-plated.Finally, the "high-quaility black polyester carpet" was indeed black polyester, but it was by no means "high-quality" or "carpet". It was cheap felt that pulls apart easily.If you intend to actually use this box, you will need to add adequate bracing inside. Otherwise, the walls will flex more than is reasonable once you give the sub a little power. For $22.50, it's a good value and I really can't complain, but the description was far from accurate. I would be embarrassed selling a box like this at my shop. Even plywood or OSB would have been a better material than particle board.Fortunately, this is for a friend who wants a cheap system, because that's exactly what he's getting.
Date published: 2009-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent qualityI have looked at many boxes over the years and this is the only one that actually is fully sealed with caulk. No lie. Most skip the side where the speaker mounts on the box because most people don't check. I checked and was surprised that they did. Well built, carpeting is a 8 out of 10 because the seems are quite obvious but who cares!?!?! At this price I should of (and will) purchase several. I highly recommend this product. The only way that this box could be better would be if it was screwed together. That's it though. Most super expensive boxes aren't even screwed together and it's not like you are going to put a massive speaker in this box anyways so you aren't missing anything. Its a truck box. Fits behind the seat to my chevrolet s10 quite snugly so should fit any full size with ease. Tacomas might be a bit tighter fit.
Date published: 2009-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent enclosure for priceThis truck style enclosure along with my 10" Infinity driver sounds about as good as it gets and this is a very reasonably priced enclosure.
Date published: 2009-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ValueI chose these beacause I have a single cab mini truck. Although these enclosures are fairy thin, I was able to fit MTX 5500 subs into them by cutting out the backs of the boxes and making covers out of fairly thick aluminum plate from a sheet metal place. The thickness of the MDF- 3/4" - was just enough. I then relocated the terminals to the end of the boxes. They sound great and can provide a back massage if you can stand the volume. The terminal ends are not the best but, for the price, I can't complain.
Date published: 2008-06-21
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Goldwood TR10F 10" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet

Would this box make a good pair with the Dayton Reference HF 10" Sub? Does the sealed F3 go down since the HF10 recommends .53 cu/ft at 51 Hz?I will be running it off a Pioneer PRS-D4200 with 300 watts RMS on rear channels bridged.

Asked by: Dmtjeep
This will work with the HF or HO 10" woofer. The F3 will drop slightly, but not enough to matter in terms of a modeled number.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-06-09

what is the deepest sub driver that will fit this box

Asked by: wade
5-3/4" is the maximum mounting depth for this box.
Answered by: RussR
Date published: 2012-04-03
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