Durably and securely house a 12" subwoofer (not included) in this 3/4" MDF Metra TCBX-112 sealed enclosure. Assembly hardware and a prewired and terminated terminal cup simplify installation in your vehicle.
Designed for use with most 12" subwoofers (not included)
For wide-ranging compatibility.
3/4" MDF construction with automotive carpet exterior
Provides reliable durability.
Offer a secure connection.
Along with a prewired and terminated terminal cup simplifies installation.
Not bad for being mdf. If you're just looking for beginner grade sub enclosure this works great. If you're looking for bass that will shake your neighbors house then you might want to look for a custom box without terminal cups. The cups can't really handle big boy subs due to the thin wire it has. If you go with this box replace the wire it comes with for a thicker 12 gauge. The terminal cups can use 12 gauge no problem but if you plan to wire 2 subs in different enclosures you will need to use some kind of connectors to fit in the terminal cups. I used a female connector and I put 2 wires on the female side and used the other end to go in the terminal cup hole. It works good like that if using 12 gauge
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Good Quality, Bad info on website
Since Best Buy didn't put the Cubic Ft of this box I'm giving this item 3 stars. We need to know how big the box is, some subwoofers can't use this small of a box. Please put the cubic feet of the box on all the subwoofer boxes web pages. This box is 0.75 cubic feet of air space. The box is great quality.
Unfortunately the description for this subwoofer box is not what I received - it's a cheap, 5/8" MDF (a bit shy of even 5/8") box even though the description (and price) state that it's a true 3/4". Unfortunately my subwoofer is 500W+ and the manufacturer specifically recommends 3/4" or larger. This is also priced 30% over the price of the other 5/8" boxes, so figured it was actually 3/4". See picture attached. It's seems like a decently built, sturdy box, but not what I ordered or what was described.
Put this in my commuter hoopty 2002 Mazda Protege. Bought this box on sale at Xmas. It came paired with a 10” Kicker CompR. Look at the MFG specs for the woofer the box slightly undersized, so I used some poly fill inside the box. I powered it with the Alpine MRV-M500 500wRMS mono amp. Ran the amp and woofer at 2 ohms. Installed it myself. Everything is perfect together. Sounds great. More bass than I needed.
Wall thickness: 5/8 inch
Height: 11.75 inches
Width: 13.625 (Sides countersunk 0.5 inch on each side)
Bottom depth: 14 inches
Top depth: 9.75 inches
Total airspace: 0.73 cubic feet.
A:AnswerThe screws didn't come with the box so you would have to pick some of your own, the box is 3/4" mdf, you don't want to go through the box for lack of seal, so you could get 1/2" screws and it would be just fine. If the pre existing screws from your friends were longer than the thickness off your box you should seal the screw holes tight with some sort of caulking or RV sealant.