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 19th November 2007, 11:45 PM #1 skooter   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Oct 2007 Need help on wedge box air space please. Mesurements are from outside to outside. This is a wedge box. top deep-4 3/4" bottom deep-10 3/4" height-14 1/2" width-40 3/4" thanks.
 19th November 2007, 11:59 PM #2 MadMutt   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Nov 2006 Converting it to metric will make life so much easier (assuming you want volume in litres). Then divide the box into two. One regular box, and one with the slant. Calculte the two shapes and add together.
 20th November 2007, 12:12 AM #3 Perry Babin   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Nov 2003 Location: Louisiana Page 110 of my car audio site has an enclosure calculator for wedge boxes if you want to check your math. Scroll down until you see the graphic of a wedge enclosure. __________________ Links >> Basic Car Audio Amp Repair * Basic Car Audio Electronics * New Site * Basic Switching Power Supply Design * Basic Computer Skills << Links
 20th November 2007, 12:23 AM #4 I Am An Idiot   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Mar 2007 Assuming you are using 3/4 inch material and according to Perry's calculator the box has an internal volume of 1.846 Cubic feet 1/2 inch material (not reccomended) 2.096 Cubic feet __________________ If it ain't broke Don't fix it
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 Originally posted by I Am An Idiot Assuming you are using 3/4 inch material and according to Perry's calculator the box has an internal volume of 1.846 Cubic feet

I was trying to teach him to excersize that grey lump in his scull.

Far to many easy questions being asked.
5 minutes of research would have given him all the info he needed.

Oh well.

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 Originally posted by MadMutt I was trying to teach him to excersize that grey lump in his scull. Far to many easy questions being asked.

Do they even learn that in school anymore? Basic math and geometry?
It's looking bleak.

 20th November 2007, 12:35 AM #7 skooter   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Oct 2007 hey Perry! holy cow man! great site!!! wish I could have found this earlier. I love it. Man, I got a lot of reading to do know!! Thanks.
 20th November 2007, 12:42 AM #8 skooter   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Oct 2007 Hey Mad thanks for the support. not really a computor person or much on sterios either, just trying something new instead of building Harleys and drag cars for a change. but hey, Thanks
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 Originally posted by skooter thanks for the support. not really a computor person or much on sterios either, just trying something new instead of building Harleys and drag cars for a change. but hey, Thanks
Yes, speeeeling haz know boundrys.

Computer
Stereo's

Sadly basic maths seems to be a comodity used by geeks (me), and rocket scientists that nobody can understand.

I like to (when I can be bothered) give helpfull prods in the right direction.
Sometimes there is nobody around to help, that's when the basic's can help.

No, I'm not perfect, not by a long shot.
But hopefully I manage to do more help than harm.

Skooter, if you need the exact internal volume, don't forget to subtract the volume of the drivers, ports, and anything else in the box.

Just out of morbid curiosity, roughly how old are you ?
Sadly, I've hit 'the top of the hill'.
At least for me it's all down hill now

 20th November 2007, 01:32 AM #10 skooter   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Oct 2007 I have hit the 40 mark

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