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Old 10-21-2010, 05:01 PM   #1
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Just thought I'd let you guys know these are available.

Here is the thread with pics and a link to them in my store.

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Old 10-21-2010, 11:08 PM   #2
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This product is a great idea! I just want to emphasize something you guys state on your website:

"Polyfill can be added to the box to accommodate larger airspace specs."

Yes, absolutely. With a box this small, pretty much any serious sub will benefit from polyfill.
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This product is a great idea! I just want to emphasize something you guys state on your website:

"Polyfill can be added to the box to accommodate larger airspace specs."

Yes, absolutely. With a box this small, pretty much any serious sub will benefit from polyfill.
I agree. Thanks!
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hmmm .55 is just about right for an image dynamics sub.
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Hmm... yep, it sounds great with ID 8's or 10's... just finished up an entire ID setup in a Vette in FL. 8's sounded awesome!!!

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Will an IDQ10 fit?.... I was told that IDQ10 is more like an 11"....
Also.. that the mounting depth maybe an issue.

Sorry for all the questions regarding your box, but I am really close to pulling the trigger, but I need to know it will work with the sub & amp combo I am wanting to put in the car.
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Will an IDQ10 fit?.... I was told that IDQ10 is more like an 11"....
Also.. that the mounting depth maybe an issue.

Sorry for all the questions regarding your box, but I am really close to pulling the trigger, but I need to know it will work with the sub & amp combo I am wanting to put in the car.
No worries on the questions. I want you to be happy with the final product.

Yes, an IDQ10V3 will work in that enclosure. I have this exact same subwoofer, and made sure to accommodate the new box style to work with that sub, as I like ID equipment personally. I am quite confident you will enjoy the nice, smooth, and exact sound it gives being in this box.

What amp are you considering using on the IDQ10 subs?
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Depends which one getting ready to order IDQ 10 V3D4 and it would be happy in .75 to 1.0
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No worries on the questions. I want you to be happy with the final product.

Yes, an IDQ10V3 will work in that enclosure. I have this exact same subwoofer, and made sure to accommodate the new box style to work with that sub, as I like ID equipment personally. I am quite confident you will enjoy the nice, smooth, and exact sound it gives being in this box.

What amp are you considering using on the IDQ10 subs?
I was going to use a soundstream REF1.500
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Depends which one getting ready to order IDQ 10 V3D4 and it would be happy in .75 to 1.0
.75 to 1.0 cubic ft. is ideal for that sub, but from experience, I know it sounds good in a .55cf box, as Kale mentioned, and I put a little of polyfill in to smooth out the overall sound. It is tight and responsive.

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I was going to use a soundstream REF1.500
That would work well. On Barry's setup, we had a Memphis Belle, with 1100 watts going to the 2 M3 10's (500 watts each), and they sounded great!!
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These are lighter then the normal middle boxes?
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These are lighter then the normal middle boxes?
Yes, that is correct. The middle well boxes are made from MDF entirely, and the corner cubby boxes I make are and MDF base, and hand laid fiberglass. Each enclosure weighs in at about 5 lbs. each, without a sub.
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