About the SPL Boxes SB112VL
We all know how a good subwoofer can enhance your musical enjoyment, but not everyone wants to build their own box. SPL Boxes to the rescue! These heavy-duty enclosures can take the punishment of the car environment, with rugged 3/4" MDF construction and a 1" front panel to give your sub added support. Attractive and tough charcoal carpet protects the box from nicks and dings, while gold-tipped spring terminals hold your speaker wires securely. This SB112VL box holds one 12" sub in a ported enclosure.
- ported enclosure for 12" subwoofer
- 3/4" MDF construction with 1" front panel
- gray carpet covering
- internal volume: 3.7 cubic feet
- cutout diameter: 11.18"
- dimensions: 30.25"W x 14.875"H x 14.625"D
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # SB112VL
What's in the box:
- Ported enclosure for one 12" subwoofer
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Features & specs
|Number of Boxes||1|
|Number of Speakers Per Box||1|
|Cutout Diameter or Length (inches)||11 3/16|
|Maximum Speaker Depth (inches)||9-3/4|
|Box Volume (cubic feet)||3.7|
|Tuning Frequency||43 Hz|
|Second Depth (inches)||14-5/8|
|Wood Thickness (inches)||3/4|
|Speaker Wire Connectors||Spring posts|
|Box Color||Charcoal Gray|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
Design: The SB112VL is a large unloaded, ported enclosure for a single 12" subwoofer. It's constructed of ¾" MDF (medium-density fiberboard) with a 1" MDF front baffle and covered in charcoal colored carpet.
Internal Box Volume: The enclosure has a volume of 3.7 ft³ with a tuning frequency of 43 Hz.
Terminals: The wire terminals are spring-posts (one pair), mounted on the left side of the enclosure. The spring terminals will accept pin connectors and bare wire up to 12-gauge. Inside the enclosure there are 0.205" male quick-slides (will accept 0.205" female quick slides) for both the positive and negative terminals. The wire can also be attached using the nuts holding the quick-slides in place.
Note: Speaker wire is needed to connect the terminals to the subwoofer.
Brackets: Brackets for securing the enclosure in your vehicle are recommended.