sub-related question...

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by four-bangin', Sep 28, 2002.

  1. four-bangin'

    four-bangin' New Member

    Aug 11, 2001
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    wassup peeps :cool: I'm getting a sub setup for my car audio but I want it to be light. I don't want it to be that heavy it comes to the point that it actually slows the car down (even for just a bit). I know that it sounds like asking for too much but I just wanna get the lightest setup possible. I am getting one 10", should I get a fiberglass or wooden box? W/c one is lightest? Suggestions anyone? Thanks :)
  2. PPI Typhoon

    PPI Typhoon Guest

    Fiberglass will be much lighter, however, it can get very messy and complicated if you don't know what you're doing.
  3. DSHR

    DSHR Active Member

    Jun 4, 2000
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    For a 10" Woofer you could use 1/2 MDF with 1.5-2.5cuft and it wont slow you down. Fiberglass is difficult to work with and is messy takes for ever sanding/drying and really making it perfect. MDF will give you a lesser headache. And are you going for SQ or SPL, do have an amp[details]?

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