Top 17 Best Sealed Speaker Boxes

 

RT Dual 12-Inch Chevy Ext Cab 1999 - 2006 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

R/T Dual 12-Inch Chevy Ext. Cab 1999 – 2006 Sealed Speaker Box

R/T Dual 12-Inch Chevy Ext. Cab 1999 – 2006 Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness.

 

RTOBCON - 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box.

 

RTOBCON - 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Sealed enclosure design (downfire). Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf. “Tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled). Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf.

 

RTOBCON - 2008 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2008 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2008 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box.

 

OBCON - Loaded and Amplified Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box for 2008 - 2013 Chevy 1500 Extended Cab #ad

OBCON – Loaded and Amplified Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box for 2008 – 2013 Chevy 1500 Extended Cab

OBCON – Loaded and Amplified Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box for 2008 – 2013 Chevy 1500 Extended Cab #ad - The enclosure specifications 5/8″ american made mdf/tri-lock joint re-enforcement/100% manufactured in the usa/sealed common chamber design/black automotive grade carpet. This compact subwoofer system is the perfect factory upgrade for chevy, dodge, and ford trucks. As well as many other vehicles. 05% thd/frequency response, 20hz-150hz/crossover, 35hz-150hz/bass boost 0-12db/sub sonic filter, 20db @ 20hz/remote sensing turn on/hi-low level inputs/remote level control. 5 ohm vc/40oz magnet. The obcon c-4 series subwoofer enclosure system delivers low, clean, tight bass by combining this small, but powerful digital amplifier, with obcon’s 300 watt, 10″ subwoofers. The trucks today do not have a lot of available space, but new digital technology in power efficiency allows the obcon 600 watt digital amplifier (300 watt on single sub boxes) to perform at a quarter ohm, while measuring in at a compact 5. The woofer specifications 10″, 250 watt/2″, 4 layer voice coil/svc/rubber surround/steel basket/poly cone/. The c-4 series subwoofer enclosure system gets maximum performance from each of the system’s components, because all of the components are designed and tuned to work perfectly in concert with each other to produce an efficient and explosive sound never before heard in such a compact amplified subwoofer system. The amplifier specifications 300 watt rms/. Do not let the compact size of this digital amp fool you. The digital amplifier and subwoofers are pre-loaded in a heavy-duty sealed obcon subwoofer enclosure, so all you have to do is wire the enclosure to your audio output source. 5″ x 2″. 25″ x 4. We are so sure you will be thrilled with this c-4 series subwoofer enclosure system, we are offering a 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee. Introducing obcon’s new pre-loaded, amplified c-4 series subwoofer enclosure system.

 

RTOBCON - 2010 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2010 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2010 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Sealed enclosure design (downfire). Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf. Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). “Tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled). 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf.

 

RTOBCON - 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf. Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). Sealed enclosure design (downfire). 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf. “Tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled).

 

RTOBCON - 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - “Tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled). Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf. Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). Sealed enclosure design (downfire). 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf.

 

RT Dual 10-Inch Chevy 1500 Extended Cab 2008 - 2011 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

R/T Dual 10-Inch Chevy 1500 Extended Cab 2008 – 2011 Sealed Speaker Box

R/T Dual 10-Inch Chevy 1500 Extended Cab 2008 – 2011 Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box.

 

RTOBCON - 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2009 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf. Sealed enclosure design (downfire). Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). “tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled). Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf.

 

RT Dual 10 GM Crew Cab2nd Row SUV 00-08 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

R/T Dual 10″ GM Crew Cab/2nd Row SUV ’00-’08 Sealed Speaker Box

R/T Dual 10″ GM Crew Cab/2nd Row SUV ’00-’08 Sealed Speaker Box #ad - 45″ width x 16″ deep x 6″ tall, mounting depth 4 1/2″ (does not fit hd models). Sealed enclosure. Designed for gm pickups, chevy silverado & gmc sierra, crew cab, 2002-2008. Also fits tahoe, yukon, denali, suburban, 2000-2008 escalade, 2002-2008. Solid 5/8″ material with “tri-lock” joint construction.

 

RTOBCON - 1998 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 1998 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 1998 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve.

 

RT Dual 10-Inch Chevy Ext Cab 1988 - 2006 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

R/T Dual 10-Inch Chevy Ext. Cab 1988 – 2006 Sealed Speaker Box

R/T Dual 10-Inch Chevy Ext. Cab 1988 – 2006 Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box.

 

RTOBCON - 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2012 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Dual 12″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - Speaker mounting depth 5 3/4″, air volume 100cf. “Tri-lock” joint construction (caulked, glued, and stapled). Designed for 2008 chevy silverado 1500 and gm sierra 1500 crew cabs (does not fit hd models). 505″ wide x 155″ deep x 9″ front hieght x 7″ back height, premium 5/8″ mdf. Sealed enclosure design (downfire).

 

RTOBCON - 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 2011 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve.

 

RTOBCON - 1999 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10 Sealed Speaker Box #ad

RT/OBCON – 1999 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box

RT/OBCON – 1999 Chevy Silverado and GM Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Dual 10″ Sealed Speaker Box #ad - They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box.

 

RT Dual 10-Inch Dodge Ram Quad Cab 02-08 Sealed Speaker Box no 2009 #ad

R/T Dual 10-Inch Dodge Ram Quad Cab 02-08 Sealed Speaker Box (no 2009)

R/T Dual 10-Inch Dodge Ram Quad Cab 02-08 Sealed Speaker Box (no 2009) #ad - If you do not have much space, it would be a good idea to go with a sealed box. Generally, the larger the box, the lower the tone of the bass achieved. Sealed subwoofer boxes tend to be much smaller than ported enclosures, since they use the air inside the box as a “spring” for the enclosure. However if the box gets too large, the “spring” effect that the air creates may be lost, losing loudness and crispness. Sealed enclosures produce tight, accurate bass and have a flat frequency response curve. Not only is there a size difference, but there is also a difference in sound compared to a ported box. They are the enclosure of choice when quality is the ultimate goal of the system set up.





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