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This is a discussion on sub boxes within the Stereo and Electronics forums, part of the General Help category; are the ebay sub boxes any good? im getting 2 12" 2400 watt subs and the ebay boxes are the ...

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    are the ebay sub boxes any good? im getting 2 12" 2400 watt subs and the ebay boxes are the only ones that seem to have the right airspace/ mounting depth. subthump ones were a lil small, i think the ebay boxes might use 5/8 mdf and sub thump 3/4 you think the ebay box will hold up?

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    It depends are you going for just loud thumping or sound quality? Because all you need in an F-body for sound is 1 10''. If you just want to cruise and bump then the two 12's will make some noise. It is all personal preference and how much money you want to spend. I have a single 10'' subthump box with a RE audio in it and it is so huge for a ten. If you get the dual ebay box I would get some JL subs which I had in my 88' towncar and that would move some air!

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    well i have already two hifonics 24/12 subs they have a 7 3/4 mounting depth and need atleast 1.5 feet airspace each and the ebay boxes are just right to fit them but the subs i have are 2400 rms each and im just wondering if those boxes will hold up being only 5/8s mdf? anyone else put really powerful subs in a ebay like box? do they hold up to alot of pressure? subthump uses the thicker mdf and im sure its stronger but its only 1' airspace per sub

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    check out subthump.com i just ordered my box from them. A bit costly but it looks like it was a factory option. And for the record he deals specifically with our type of cars. Even has the t-top boxes as well

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    MDF is MDF. No matter who makes it. As long as the design is good it should be fine. 5/8" and 3/4" is commonplace for subs.

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