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Calculating Box Volume

Calculating box volume requires simple math and knowing generally what you want from your system. You’ll need a tape measure, a pencil and paper, and a calculator. If you’re designing...

Box Size and Tuning

Getting high performance from your SoundQubed subwoofers depends largely on the box size and tuning. Without enough air, a subwoofer will “choke” and the performance will suffer noticeably!

Calculating Port Size

Use simple formulas to calculate your enclosure port size. The Formula for Port AreaPort area in square inches = volume in cubic ft x 16For example, 3.4...
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What is a Class D Amplifier?

When size and efficiency matter, opt for Class D Amplifiers. SoundQubed offers a stellar selection of Class D Monoblock Amps with an affordable S Series line for daily drivers and a Q Series line for competitive bassheads.