Sooooo I was on ebay the other night and couldn't pass up a deal on a triple 12" vented car audio box ($80 and free shipping). I am a music and gaming nut so I was planning on using it as-is with some budget drivers (most likely Pioneer Champion 4-Ohms DVC wired for a total of 6-ohms) to pair up with my EP2500 amp. Very little information was given on the box when I bought it and when it arrived I was shocked to see that it was full 1" MDF with a 1.5" front baffle, very well put together and VERY heavy. The disappointing part is that I only have 1.3cu.ft per chamber tuned to about 37Hz . So now I am having second thoughts about what to do with it. I have re-baffled boxes before with great success and I am borderline thinking about making it a single twelve box, opening up the chambers to a single one and using two of the three vents to tune to about 24Hz using an 12" Dayton Ultimax. OOOooor do I seal the vents netting me about 1.5cu.ft. per driver and run 3 sealed drivers??? I am trying to keep the entire build under $300 and I have to be able to spank my Eminance Eminator 15 I am running now. Did I shoot myself in the foot with my impulse buy? I have been bashing my brains out for a week now trying to come up with a good way to attack this situation. I am mostly leaning towards the triple 12" sealed approach purely for more low end control during movies since I have more amp than I know what to do with. Sorry for the book, I have had this on my mind all week and want to get it going already lol. I put the proverbial "buggy before the horse" and it is driving me nuts hahaha. Thanks guys, feedback (even negative if it so be) is appreciated. BTW- I am not against using three single 4-Ohm drivers wired to 12-ohms. Since I am on a driver budget, it may only be able to handle 400 to 600 watts anyways.