...I'm gonna ask it anyway!
A while ago, I came across a formula for speaker box construction. This didn't really apply to subwoofers. What it was for was for mounting a full-range speaker or coaxial speaker into an enclosure for things like a hatchback, a Jeep or a pickup that lacked rear speakers.
Basically, what the formula provided was a derived measurement of speaker enclosure volume based on speaker cone surface area.
I was wondering if anyone here had seen a formula like this or had it sitting around. I had it written down but I cannot find the paper.
The reason I am doing this is because I have a few old Pioneer speakers sitting around, collecting dust and just getting in the way. They are still useful and sound spectacular but I am afraid that if they sit around collecting dust, they will be damaged and wasted. I'd rathe use them. I don't have a vehicle to put them in so I want to build stereo boxes for them and run the with a pre-amp/amplifier for a lab I have at work. The lab could use some tunes badly and I'd rather not spend a whol lot of money on a stereo for work. If I can construct something to work well enough, I won't have to blow a pile of cash.
Any help is appreciated.