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How big of hole do i need for the mtx 6000 thunder 10in

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The MTX Thunder 6000 T61544A is a 15" Subwoofer meaning you will need a 15" hole to fit the subwoofer into. The mounting plate that surrounds the subwoofer will extend past 15" allowing you to screw the sub in properly. Be sure to use a box that is at least 12 inches deep (sub is 10 inches deep by specifications + 2 inches for good air cushion behind.

Posted on Mar 01, 2011

  • Jello559 Mar 01, 2011

    oops i goofed its specified at 6.6 inches deep so your subwoofer box needs to be atleast 9 inches in depth.

  • SoundWhiz109 Mar 04, 2011

    The MTX Thunder 6000 T61544A is indeed a 15 Inch Subwoofer...15 Inches is the diamater of the woofer,however the size of the cutout you will need to make in the box is actually 13 7/8 Inch.

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