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Infiniti G35 Coupe Subwoofer Sub Box Enclosure
Vehicle Specific Enclosure - Infiniti G35 Coupe
All of our enclosures are constructed of the highest quality MDF, from American suppliers. No lightweight or filler woods are ever used. Each enclosure is precision cut in our 4500 sq.ft. facility by experienced fabricators. All of the speaker cutouts and corners are made by router for an exact fit every time. This enclosure fits neatly between the strut towers and under the rear speakers. There is plenty of room between the enclosure and the back seat to mount amplifiers. We can also make custom adjustments, just ask. Does not fit 4-door model.
- 1.2 cu.ft of airspace for dual 10", .75 cu.ft for single 10"
- 6.5" of mounting depth
- OEM style charcoal carpet
- Standard spring-loaded terminal cup for easy connection
- Available with round or square cutouts
What sets us apart from other manufacturers?
We have been in business for over 10 years, not just building speaker boxes, but complete audio systems for consumer and competition applications. Vehicles we have built have won numerous sound quality awards in IASCA going back to the early 2000's and more recently we have over 100 best of show trophies from Hot Import nights under our belt. We build every enclosure we sell from scratch, we don't bother to copy anyone else's designs.
What sets our boxes apart from other manufacturers?
Our positive feedback mostly speaks for itself. We use the best of every material we can find, from the wood, to the glue, nails, carpet, everything. We don't import these enclosures, or any of the parts that make them from China or other overseas suppliers. This makes it cost a little more, but creates dependable performance in every product we make. In every MDF enclosure we laminate the interior with a light coat of fiberglass resin. MDF is a pourous substrate, in factories large vaccums can pick up multiple sheets by sucking air through the wood. This makes for sub enclosures that are mostly sealed. A thin coat of fiberglass resin works to create a tighter seal for better sound. The process of stuffing silicone in the corners employed by most builders does not create a chemical bond like resin, and does not seal anything besides the corners, it is just cheaper.