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building a dayton 12" TITANIC MKIII SUBW

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by jasonBarczew, May 5, 2005.

  1. jasonBarczew

    jasonBarczew Member

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    I'm going to build my own box for my new Dayton 12"MKIII sub. I'm a newbie to the language and basics of the guts of the system so I can use alot of help finding a good amp and other accessories to finish the job. I can tackle the construction no problem. "my dad has an awesome set of tools" LOL. But I need help with getting all the pieces put together.

    Also, if there are any good articles to get me up to speed in understanding the dynamics of all the pieces involved in creating a great DIY sub, I could use those references.

    thanks
     
  2. BlakeN

    BlakeN Well-Known Member

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  3. Dan Wesnor

    Dan Wesnor Well-Known Member

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    I have one in a 16 1/4" cube, the baffle is 1.5", all other walls 3/4". It shakes the chairs! Make sure you get an amp with no boost, or as little boost as possible.
     
  4. RayM

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    I have one in a 3.5 ft^3 vented box tuned to 18hz and its great! I used an BoxyCad (do a google search) for the box plans and used a slot port, although a round port would be easier to integrate.
     

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