# How do you calculate the volume of a sealed box?

## How do you calculate the volume of a sealed box?

You simply measure the height, width and depth (in inches), multiply them together and then divide that number by 1728. If the box has internal measurements of 6″ high*18″ wide*12″ deep then the volume of the box is 1296/1728=. 75 ft^3.

## How do you calculate cubic feet of a subwoofer box?

Multiply the height, width and length. This will give you the total volume of the inside of the box in total cubic inches. Divide the number by 1,728. This will give you the the box’s volume calculation in total square feet, the number you will find in your subwoofer’s owner’s manual.

## How big should a sealed subwoofer box be?

For a 10-inch woofer, the volume recommendation is 0.625 cubic feet, and the recommendation for an eight-inch speaker is 0.375 cubic feet. You can build a larger enclosure to allow for more volume of space inside to produce a flatter sound, which is better for music that is less bass-heavy.

## What happens if a sealed box is too small?

As the size of the enclosure increases, the mechanical limits of the woofer will be easier to reach. If the box is too small (by a reasonable amount) add power. If the port becomes too small, it may result in port noise, or allow the woofer to simply unload.

## What size box is 1.75 cubic feet?

1.75 Cubic Ft @ 35 HZ Outside Dimensions 16.50″ Deep x 26.25″ Wide x 14.00″ Tall Max Subwoofer Mounting Depth: 12.00″ (If your subwoofer’s mounting depth is less than this value your subwoofer will fit) This printable box design is for a 12″ Subwoofer.

## What frequency should I set my subwoofer box to?

for deep musical bass, you tune the box just above the Fs of the subwoofer. that’s where the output of the box will spike and hit hardest. The higher you tune the box, the boomier it’ll sound, which isn’t audibly pleasing, but tuning around 50Hz does increase SPL.

## Are 12 inch subs better than 15 inch?

The answer to the question of whether 15 inch subwoofers have better base than 12 inch subs is not an easy one to answer. The fact is, “better” is a personal opinion. 15 inch subwoofers are larger and displace more air than 12 inch subwoofers do, so the 12 in will have a crisper, sharper sound than the larger ones.