Originally Posted by BrentTHX
Sounds good!! 4 of them should hammer pretty good? Room is 3000 CF plus or minus a little. 14' wide X 25' 9" X 8'3". Is it a good idea to put them one in each corner? The front and back ones would fire towards each other. By two slot vent you me one vent with a divider/brace in middle splitting it in half? Sorry for all the newbe questions. Have done a ton of subs for cars but everyone has been sealed. And always had manufacture telling me box size for what I wanted it to sound like.
You never know what works out best for sub placement but you'll have plenty to work with that's for sure. Try each corner to start out and work from there. Yes one 3/4 divider down the middle. I tried to go three slots but it didn't work out. It would of helped you for bracing purposes but we you can work around it, it's not very wide so you're good.
Ok this is what I would like you to do. Go to the link I provided and figure how much volume your vent is going to take up. Minus 1.5" off the length of your vent when factoring. EDIT> Factor in the 3/4 ply also as part of your vent. Lets plan on incorporating 1" dowel to save space and weight (if that works for you) but in no way effecting the integrity of your enclosure. If you like factor in the driver also and I'll factor the bracing.Edited by steve nn - 2/14/14 at 6:24pm