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    Default I NEED EXACT measurements for a dual seal box for SR124DVC subs

    Please I need,want some help with building a box for these subs...I really DON'T want to blow these.I read a lot people having problems with the lead or the voice coil going out.So Any help would be nice .

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    18" X 11.5" X 32" (height X depth X width). Enclosure built with 3/4" MDF or plywood. Width includes a Divider at midpoint of 3/4" material. Basically this is Polks recommended single sealed enclosure for this driver times two with a divider. 1.2 cubic feet sealed. The enclosure can be anyshape as long as the net volume is the same so if it doesn't fit then use basic geometry to figure out something that will. By the way these subs will sound great....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Installer4life View Post
    18" X 11.5" X 32" (height X depth X width). Enclosure built with 3/4" MDF or plywood. Width includes a Divider at midpoint of 3/4" material. Basically this is Polks recommended single sealed enclosure for this driver times two with a divider. 1.2 cubic feet sealed. The enclosure can be anyshape as long as the net volume is the same so if it doesn't fit then use basic geometry to figure out something that will. By the way these subs will sound great....

    Does the divider create two seperate spaces?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Does the divider create two seperate spaces?
    Yo Mr. kim from Polk Customer Service gave me these specs for a box...Here are the specs for a common chamber dual sealed enclosure that has a net volume of 2.5 cubic feet.

    Box Parts (Square Prism)
    1 Top, 1 Bottom: 13.27 (c) x 30 (b) in
    0.75 (thick) in
    1 Front, 1 Back: 14.5 (a) x 28.5 (d) in
    0.75 (thick) in
    2 Sides: 14.5 (a) x 13.27 (c) x 0.75 (thick) in...Deuces:D

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    You can run a single chamber but I would opt for two seperate enclosures. One advantage is the divider because it reinforces the enclosure so the walls do not vibrate.

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