o, like i have posted before, i bought a 12 inch polk DX sub on ebay, for 35 bucks including shipping. i also bought a sub box from bigdogcaraudio on ebay. So I hook everything up- I put plubers putty inside the part of the sub that the screw go, i pre-drilled my holes, and everything, but I tested on my friend's kenwood amp and it just sounded crappy. And then, I tested it on my brother's home stereo via the powered sub output, and it sounded alright, but it was only being fed 100 watts, and its a 4 ohm sub on an 8 ohm stereo so maybe it was beeing pushed more. But I just can't figure it out! Maybe my sub is just a piece of junk
Anywho, I tok the sub out and took all the putty out. Then i Looked in it and there was not alot of little dust. The box is still good though. One screw i screwed in crooked and it screwed inward toward the sub, so there is this little pierce there that is no problem.
Now, i may put my sub back in, and what i was going to do it hot glue all the holes that are already in it, fill them up so air wont get out, then i will just place the sub in the box, pre-drill new holes, then just put the wood screws in. after that, i will apply the plumber's putty around the sub once it is atached to the box. but i know my box is fine, i just dont think I can use the same screw holes. I may upgrade to shorter screws, i was thinking maybe 3/4 long or maybe 5/8.
well, this is my delema, any help would be greatly appreciated, i am heading on a little road trip to cedar point soon and i just wanted to try and get my system up and running
thank you for your reply