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se7enmodgt20
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se7enmodgt20 Mar 12, 6:29am - #123446 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GT
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? for sub enclosures

is there any kind of specific box i need or any box will do good. i have really have no knowledge about this. any info will be good.. thanks
if you have a pic of your trunk set up can you post it.
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Peterkwon87
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Peterkwon87 Mar 12, 6:32am - #123447 

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hey ur sig. is ur car two different colors or sumthin?
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se7enmodgt20 Mar 12, 6:36am - #123448 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GT
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it's primered!!!lol..geting it painted soon. rofl

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what sub do ya got?
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se7enmodgt20 Mar 12, 7:22am - #123450 
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all i know is

Sealed enclosures- great sound quality and clearness with good bass.

Ported/Vented enclosures- hits harder than sealed enclosures but with less sound quality.

Bandpass-hits the hardest and very boomy...alot less sound quality.

i would go for the ported enclosure.
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RevMonster Mar 12, 9:46am - #123452 

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If you are running a really high powered setup, go sealed for quality. If you are a little less power, go for the ported just to squeeze a bit of extra volume.

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10celica10
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10celica10 Mar 12, 10:29am - #123453 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
If you are running a really high powered setup, go sealed for quality. If you are a little less power, go for the ported just to squeeze a bit of extra volume.


Nicely said.
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defyenz Mar 12, 2:00pm - #123454 

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any pictures of a nice seal enclosure and setup?

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RevMonster Mar 12, 6:02pm - #123455 

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There is one picture in my profile. It's nothing custom, but it's nice and clean... and hits.

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