casperskafs
Man sometimes I feel like I ask a lot of questions on here. I have 2 bolts going in my speaker box with 2 12 inch DVC subs. 1 for + and 1 for -. I have the subs hooked up in parallel so I have 4 ring terminals going to each bolt inside the box. Do I need rubber gaskets by the box? Electricity won't go into the wood will it? I feel stupid asking this question but my friend was saying how wood is a conductor so he kinda worried me. Thanks for reading
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AudioAnonymous
I wouldn't worry about it. Your friend is goofy.
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casperskafs
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Originally posted by AudioAnonymous:
I wouldn't worry about it. Your friend is goofy.
LMAO Whats sad is he is in school to be a mechanical engineer
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Bigwillystyle
yes wood is conductive... just very poor... that does improve when wet tho..

In short yes he is correct technically.. but damn where's the common sense?? can't teach that..
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nu2spl
it will be just fine man,lol,sorry,im not here to bash anyone but come on man,really?
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CookieMonster
Never had a problem with mine, nor have I known of anyone else having issues.
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AmmoJammo
monster garage had an issue with using a wooden frame to hold some bus bars for their electric car conversion...
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D-Bass
and how high of voltage was this electric car? 350-500V ?
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AmmoJammo
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and how high of voltage was this electric car? 350-500V ?
I believe the issue arose when they got to about 80 volts.

they didn't get anywhere near plugging all the batteries in.
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Loudcav
Im sure that they were also useing 2X4s and not MDF or plywood
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AmmoJammo
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Im sure that they were also useing 2X4s and not MDF or plywood
they were, but the OP didn't specify what his box is made of either.
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