Competition Style Boxes - You Want LOUD?
Pro Built - Slot Vent
The ultimate in competition series enclosures. Built and Designed by the Pro's to crush anything in its path!
With 3/4" Plexiglass, 1" MDF, V-Block sound deadening spray, brushed aluminum side panels,
Designed to play at low frequencies and high SPL's this Competiton Style Box has been deemed a Super Enclosure because of its ability to house some of the world's most powerful subs; including the MTX 9500, the Rockford T2, and the Pioneer SPL Subs.
When performance matters as much as price...
You probably don't realize this but more subwoofers are damaged or blown each year due to being installed in an inferior sub box then are damaged by 'over' or 'under' powering. It's a simple truth that many retailers don't like to discuss, but it doesn't matter if you buy the best name subwoofer on the market, the "box" will either 'make it or break it.'
"When you're not looking for just another cheap cardboard box..."
Today, there are many inferior designed sub boxes being imported from China. Don't be fooled into thinking that all MDF materials are the same. Play it safe and insist on the best possible enclosure for your subwoofer to guarantee the Best Performance!
We provide this box because we are assured it is MADE IN THE USA and constructed of the very best materials.
What Is Labyrinth Slot Venting? (Hint: You'll Get More BASS from ANY Sub)
Labyrinth Slot Venting is a form of "porting" on a much higher level verses cutting a hole in a box and dropping in a port tube.
The Labyrinth Design increases the amount of bass your woofer produces without adding any additional power to your system.
As with all porting designs, the Labyrinth opens up the back side of the woofer so more sound can escape from the inside chamber of the box. By utilizing both the "push" and "pull" motion of your sub woofer the design of the enclosure is magnifying the sound of the sub woofer without exterior power added.
However, the porting process can also decrease sound if done improperly. This is done when the enclosure is tuned incorrectly to the ideal requirement of your sub woofer. A simple explanation would be the sound waves traveling from the "pull" of the woofer will cancel out the sound waves firing from the "push" of the woofer. Not only will the sound be adversely effected but continued play will cause permanent damage to the sub woofer.
The design of the Labyrinth Slot Vent brings a controlled sound level increase. By its "MAZE" design, long low frequency sound waves easily escape while short high frequency waves remain trapped unable to cause unwanted cancellation and distortion. In turn, this gives you the listener, loud clean bass a sealed or basic port design can not deliver.
Quad Lock joints
If you have had any experience constructing an enclosure for a sub bass application you know the most vulnerable areas are the joints. If done improperly, the joint can create unwanted sounds and air leaks. And it is these air leaks that lead to blown woofers.
That is why we would like to introduce you to our Quad Lock Joint Re-inforcement manufacturing process.
Let's talk a moment about how the Quad Lock joints are done. First, a fully automated computerized saw cuts each piece with precision detail. From there a separate computerized router cuts 5mm grooves into the top and bottom pieces. The grooves give added bracing on top and bottom eliminating any movement high levels of vibration induce. This is step one in our Quad Lock phase of construction.
From there it is off to assemble the cut pieces. It is during the assembly process we use one of the most powerful wood glues on the market. When this glue dries the integrity of the joint is so strong you could run over this box with a truck and the joint will be the last to give way. It is from there we staple each edge. But don't be fooled the staples are just there to give the glue time to dry.
Step 4 in the Quad Lock process is the application of caulk to every interior edge. It is important to mention here that our glue and caulk are two separate materials and are applied at two separate stages. However, similar looking boxes out in the market use a combination of glue and caulk to save money and time but this mixture weakens the adhesion of the glue and hardens the flexibility of the caulk both of which are very important properties when building solid lasting joints.