superjohnnythan2003
so i recently did some modes to my 2001 bimmer. i removed the sheet of metal between my seat and my trunk. not all of it, just the perferated 1 square foot cut out.. basically a ski -pass type of deal. so with the arm rest down, i have about a 1 foot pathway to the trunk area.. anyway, i have a sealed w7 in the jl box firing backwards. and i was wondering if i should build a new box and have the sub (or buy a different sub) firing forward and seal it off into the cabin. or port it through firing into the cabin.... im not too good at this stuff so whatever you guys think.. -thanks
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cablguy
for spl, just port the box to get louder ... for sq, fire to front and go with a more acoustical sub set up ... new stuff on the way ... http://www.bluescaraudio.com
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superjohnnythan2003
is it hard to seal it off to the cabin?
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superjohnnythan2003
hey i found this box.. what do you guys think. obviously i would build it to spec for my own sub but just the design, anythoughts?? http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.carstereos4u.co.uk/images/www.carstereos4u.co.uk/big/bg4191253288356BMW10%2520vented%2520Black.JPG&imgrefurl=http://www.carstereos 4u.co.uk/custom-sub-boxes/bmw-e46-subwoofer-box-for-convertible-cars-vented-ported-enclosure-823525-391412-.php&usg=__gRe6SqA0vz6j1py8DMFnGo6lOkw=&h=237&w=300&sz=14&hl=en&start=73& itbs=1&tbnid=TZFx44bW7CFXhM:&tbnh=92&tbnw=116&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dbmw%2Bsubwoofer%2Bbox%26gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D21%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26start%3D63
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