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Ideally, you can cover your sub woofer, but nothing should touch the cabinet and the actual sub really should still be touching your floor. Realistically, placing a sub 'inside, a cabinet is going to cause unwanted vibration and/or bad frequency reproduction.
Also, what kind of floor do you have (concrete, carpet-on-concrete, wooden etc)
I understand that you may want to place the sub inside a cabinet for â€˜hidingâ€™ reason but you need to exercise caution as you may give the sub a terrible sound........