Audio Designs & Custom Graphics customers rave about our custom subwoofer enclosures. We take a lot of pride in our enclosures, and our customers love them. Our enclosures not only look great, but they sound fantastic as well.
There is more to an enclosure than just building a “box.” Design, fit, finish, reliability and performance are just some aspects of our development process.
Custom Subwoofer Enclosures: Built for you
When you ask us to add bass to your audio system, we ask you questions about your music preferences. We want to know the style of music you like and the volume level at which you choose to enjoy it. We get a firm understanding of the space available in your vehicle for an enclosure. We also need to understand your budget. We then work together to choose an enclosure style, quantity and model of subwoofers, and finish on the cabinet that all meet your preferences. Only then do the wood chips start flying.
When we design and fabricate a custom enclosure for you, we make sure that the enclosure specifications match perfectly with the subwoofer. This fanatical approach and attention to detail is what allows your subwoofer system to sound its best while ensuring maximum power handling. The result is a subwoofer system that is musical and efficient, produces deep bass, and lasts for many years.
Our installers are experts in many different enclosure fabrication techniques. We can build anything, from a conventional flat-panel enclosure right up to the latest in Stack Fab designs for oddly shaped areas of the vehicle.
Many off-the-shelf or pre-fab enclosures suffer from failed glue joints due to inadequate adhesive application – this failure not only sounds terrible, but can result in your subwoofer becoming damaged. We glue each and every panel and secure it in place, then let it cure before being used. The result is an enclosure that is as strong as possible.
We use premium-quality hardwood Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) to ensure rock rock-solid construction. Some imported MDF materials have poor consistency through the core that may result in failure at high-volume levels. When enclosure panels are constructed of low-quality MDF, it increases the risk of panel resonance. Resonance adds distortion to your music and decreases system output.
Each and every step of our enclosure construction process includes features that improve performance and reliability. We incorporate large-radius openings on vents for reduced air turbulence. We use rabbet joints for increased surface area at glue joints. We seal the interiors of our enclosures with paint or resin to ensure they are airtight. We include filler panels on the insides of corners to strengthen joints. All of these features result in a subwoofer enclosure that will stand the test of time and will impress anyone who listens to it.
If you are considering a new or upgraded subwoofer system for your vehicle, let us show you samples of our work, discuss your goals and then work out a price for building your dream system. Dance, rock, rap and even classical music can benefit from a quality subwoofer system. Drop by, e-mail or call today!