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Sound Ordnance Bass Bunker

Ported single 10" subwoofer enclosure (Model BB10-125V)

Item # 77710125V

Sound Ordnance's rugged Bass Bunker enclosures come built to last and ready to help your sub deliver real...

Sound Ordnance's rugged Bass Bunker enclosures come built to last and ready to help your sub deliver real...

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Item # 77710125V

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$69.99

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About the Sound Ordnance Bass Bunker

Sound Ordnance's rugged Bass Bunker enclosures come built to last and ready to help your sub deliver real low-frequency firepower. These unloaded boxes feature high-grade, medium-density fiberboard construction, with sealed inner braces that help combat resonance by reducing vibrations. Rounded outside corners and recessed panels allow them to fit into more vehicles, while tough black carpeting defends against incoming nicks and scratches. Bass Bunkers make a great solution when building your own box is not an option.

Sound Ordnance's rugged Bass Bunker enclosures come built to last and ready to help your sub deliver real low-frequency firepower. These unloaded boxes feature high-grade, medium-density fiberboard construction, with sealed inner braces that help combat resonance by reducing vibrations. Rounded outside corners and recessed panels allow them to fit into more vehicles, while tough black carpeting defends against incoming nicks and scratches. Bass Bunkers make a great solution when building your own box is not an option.

The BB10-125V ported enclosure holds one 10" subwoofer and offers an internal volume of 1.47 cubic feet. Its large vents feature rounded inner corners that keep port noise to a minimum for more accurate response. Just add the right sub, amp, and wiring, then mount the enclosure securely, and you're ready to hit the road with some real bass artillery in your arsenal.

Warning: This enclosure does not include mounting hardware. If you're buying a sub from us, please check "What's in the Box?" to see if screws are included. If not, you should have an assortment of heavy-duty wood screws on hand for the installation.

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Product highlights:

  • ported hatchback style enclosure for one 10" subwoofer
  • 5/8" MDF (medium-density fiberboard) with black carpet covering
  • cutout size: 9-1/4"
  • internal volume: 1.47 cubic feet
  • dimensions: 18-13/16"W x 14-3/8"H x 15"D1 x 11-13/16"D2
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # BB10-125V

What's in the box:

  • Single hatchback-style enclosure for 10" subwoofer with spring-post terminal

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Materials: The Sound Ordnance BB10-125V Bass Bunker is an unloaded, hatchback-style ported enclosure for one 10" subwoofer. It is constructed of 5/8" MDF (medium-density fiberboard), covered in black carpet.

Internal Box Volume: The enclosure has 1.47 cubic feet of airspace.

Terminals: The BB10-125V is equipped with a pair of spring-post speaker terminals mounted in the rear panel. The spring terminals will accept bare wire up to 10 gauge, pin connectors, and single banana plugs, but are spaced too far apart for dual banana plugs. Inside the enclosure the terminal has an attached 24" length of speaker wire for connecting the subwoofer.

Brackets: Brackets for securing the enclosure to your vehicle are recommended.

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8 questions already asked

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Will this box pair well with a Kicker Comp C10 43C104?
[ b1u3m0nk3e  Oct 15, 2020 ]
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It is always best to check what air space your specific sub needs to operate to its full potential and compare that to the space within the box you plan on buying
[ William  Oct 15, 2020 ]
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Would this box work well with an infinity kappa 100.9w 10in?
[ NateTheGreat  Jul 14, 2020 ]
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The Crutchfield page for the infinity kappa says your speaker needs a "ported box volume: 1.5 cu. ft.". The SO Bass Bunker provides 1.47 cu. ft. In this case, I don't see the 2% difference to be a problem. Also the 6" mounting depth is acceptable.
[ adam  Jul 14, 2020 ]
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Works great! Currently have that in a 2019 Honda Civic Si being powered by a kicker amp. Sub sounds great!!
[ David  Jul 14, 2020 ]
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Is the 1.47 cu. ft. air space gross, or net?
[ Ruben  May 13, 2020 ]
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The specs use the term 'internal volume': 1.47 cu ft. because that is the volume of the air space inside the box. The outside dimensions provided actually calculate out to 2.1 cu ft. volume. So I suppose you could think of it like the entire box has a gross space of 2.1 and then after subtracting the wood and carpet you get the net space of 1.47.
[ adam  Jun 02, 2020 ]
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Internal 1.47 cuft before displacement. I currently have a Skar Vd 10 in mine.
[ Joshua  Jun 02, 2020 ]
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Would this box be good for JL audio 10W3v3-4 ?
[ John  Nov 22, 2019 ]
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The specs for your JL audio 10 recommend 1.125 cu ft for a ported enclosure, yet the Bass Bunker is quite larger at 1.47 cu ft. It might be good, but first I would research, 'effects on a subwoofer in an enclosure that is larger than recommended', and see if that is the sound you are going for.
[ adam  Nov 23, 2019 ]
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yeah i put a p3 fosgate in it
[ Dave  Nov 22, 2019 ]
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