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I think Sealed is also a better way to go. Also its good to see what the manufacturer actually reccomends for their subwoofer; sealed, ported etc. You can hurt some subs that arent meant for sealed boxes because of pressure holding the cone back.
 

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216caddypimp said:
Ok I have an 85 Fleetwood D'Elegance and in my trunk my "spare sits in the back, so I have no choice but to sit my subs (when I get them) up close to the front.


My question is....

Should I get a "sealed" box and I want some hard thumpin bass, but I want clarity as well. I was thinking about getting 2 "12's". For those with the big caddy's what would be a good set-up, in my case?

Thanks
There is the option of getting a ported box.. then you take it and stuff it with sound insulation (cotton like fiber stuff) and it makes it "fake" like its actually a sealed box. Excellent results, and it still vents the air pressure built-up inside.
 
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