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Old 19th February 2006, 05:11 PM   #1
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Default Determining parameters for my 6x9s

I have some Boston RX97s that I really like and because they are no longer doing duty in my car, I thought I would use them at home (whatever you think of this, I just didn't want my $200 speakers to gather dust). My problem is that I can't find any of the driver parameters that would be helpful in determining how large a box to build. Is there any way to guesstimate? What is a typical Vas for 6x9s / can I assume it would be similar to that of a 7" or 8" woofer? Right now I have them in some cheap prefab boxes, but I can't help but think that their bass would be better with a properly sized enclosure. Thanks for any ideas.

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