sub-related question...

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

  1. four-bangin'

    four-bangin' New Member

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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

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    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 Well-Known Member

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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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