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Goldwood TR12F 12" Single Truck Box Speaker Cabinet
Can this work in a home theater application?
Part #: 260-638Which driver and amp would be best to match with this for a small (2500 cubic feet) home theater system?
I imagine you can use this box in a home theater application. However, unless you are needing this narrow box to fit behind a couch, entertainment system, or something; I would recommend using the larger sealed box for a deeper sound. If you are trying to save bucks and don't care that it's carpeted, I would recommend Goldwood TR12S 12" Single Sealed Box Speaker Cabinet, Part #260-644 instead.However, if you need to use this box, try to select a woofer with a low Vas and a Q of .3-.4 range. What amp you use will depend on how loud you are wanting it to be, what woofer you choose, etc. You are most likely going to have to deal with a mid or upper-bass hump in the response because of the small box unless you cross it over fairly low (i.e. 60-80 Hz). Be sure to check the woofer depth to make sure it'll fit in the box.I have used the box you are asking about in my son's pick-up behind the seat with JL Audio W1 12" woofers. They produced a nice, tight sound in the cab. That's what it is designed for. I'm sure they wouldn't sound the same in the house. I hope my comments are helpful. Good luck!
Date published: 2013-05-29
Would this box fit a KFC-W3013PS ?
I would say no. The speaker has a top mount depth of 6.25 and the box is only 7" deep at the top. That means a slope from 5.75 to 6.75 and unless you want to make some sort of shim for the driver the cabinet isn't deep enough. Add that to the recommended enclosure volume being a half cubic foot bigger than this box and it isn't looking good.
Date published: 2012-01-05
will this box fit in a 2007 sport trac behind the backseats??
The dimensions for the box are listed in the product description. Aside from this information, I'm afraid we don't have any kind of cross-reference as to what vehicles our boxes will (or will not) fit into. I would suggest measuring the space you have available, and comparing it to the dimensions listed for the product.
Date published: 2011-08-08