|Item Weight||21.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.2 x 12 x 15.5 inches|
|Item model number||E10SV|
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Atrend E10Sv B Box Series 10-Inch Single Vented Subwoofer Enclosure
- MDF Construction with 1-inch Speaker Baffle
- Miter & Dado Construction with Premium Carpeted Finish
- Slot Vent with Black & Red Spring Loaded Terminal Cups
- 1.25 Cu. Ft. Air Space per Sub (Tuning - 37Hz)
- (W) 16.25" x (H) 15.50" x (D) 12.00"
- 10-inch Single Vented Enclosure
- MDF Construction
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Top Customer Reviews
Let's keep this simple. My system (in a Scion XB):
Panasonic HU, Polk Audio DB401 4" in the dash, Polk Audio DB651 6.5" in the doors.
MTX TE801D (800 watts @ 2-ohms mono bridged, underrated), 2 Alpine Type R SWR-1223D 2-ohm DVC (wired at 2-ohms mono), these 2 Atrend boxes, stuffed with 1 pound of Polyfill each, as suggested. I bought these boxes to replace the tiny sealed boxes I had these subs in before.
Both boxes fit perfectly in the back of my Scion, I have them facing upwards. Mind you, I haven't broken the subs in fully (I've played them for only a few hours). I installed the subs into the boxes today, hooked them up, and went for a little drive. Mother of G*d.
Let's backtrack a little. Prior to purchasing the Alpines, I had 2 MTX 8000s in the same tiny sealed boxes. I had stuffed those with about 3/4 of a pound of Polyfill. Now, the 8000s sounded decent in those boxes, but I felt it wasn't loud enough for my liking, but enough for the average listener. So I purchased the Alpines, noticed an improvement in both sound quality and sound pressure level (loudness). Even though they were in boxes that might've been too small, I felt the stuffing them made quite a difference. Bass was very tight and punchy. It was plenty loud, but again, after everything I'v read about these subs, I knew ported was the way to go. And so I ordered the Atrend boxes. And man.... what a HUGE difference.Read more ›
Vent Width 1.25
Vent Height 12
Vent Length 24
Vent Dim 15
Hz (Tuning Frequency) 33
Gross Cu. Ft. 1.7
Net Cu. Ft. 1.25
very nice quality and built really well
Using a pair of calipers, the baffle measured 1” as claimed and the side walls measure about 13/20” (0.65”). This is probably sufficient for most 15” subwoofers as long as it isn’t a triple magnet, 10000 watt monster sub. I measured and posted a picture with the dimensions so you can make sure it fits before you buy. Internal volume measures roughly 3532 cu in or 2.04 cu ft. (as claimed).
As far as installation, my sub dropped right in with no sanding or modification. This one has spring loaded terminals which I am not a fan of but It can easily be replaced with any number of binding post terminals here on amazon or parts express. I lined the box with roughly 10 sq ft of 2” thick fiber glass insulation to help dampen standing waves. Also, the ugly “BBOX” emblem on the lower corner can be pried off with a flathead screwdriver it it bothers you. And as a general tip when installing, predrill the holes for the sub so that you don’t split the wood when fastening the screws.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This box made my alpine type s 10 come alive from the small sealed box I had it in. I had to turn down the gain on my alpine mrv-m500 just to keep it running cooler. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Danielle Armstrong
I purchased this box due to good reviews. When I received the box it was damaged on one of the corners. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
recevied a totaly different box then the one listed with a totaly different discription? spring loaded terminals? Read morePublished 16 days ago by Joshua hanson
Great sub box ! Well built for the $$. I put the Pioneer TSW261S4 Champion series 10" sub in it and ...wow....sounds great. Definitely would buy another one when I'm ready !!Published 23 days ago by Mike Parker
Purchased this item to hold the speaker for my wife's truck. Worked perfectly and has stood up well in the back of her vehicle. No cracks or broken pieces.Published 29 days ago by Shawn McCurdy