Mild Subwoofer setup?

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FullmetalWolf111
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by FullmetalWolf111 » Mon May 04, 2009 9:52 pm
I'm on a bit of a budget.. But I want to know what runs well, I don't need anything that will kick through the windows. Just something that sounds real good with Rock and hits hard all the way through to Deathmetal basslines. Anyone know any good single, high(er) frequency subs and a good 200-400W RMS amp to power it? BTW I already have Boston 2-way 100W peak replacements in the doors and rear deck with a 4-channel 400W Clarion amp.

 

coppertop_01
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by coppertop_01 » Tue May 05, 2009 10:04 am
Contact Viperoni, he got me a 12" sub for cheap that hits like hell, its really loud, I have 500WRMS running it, and it will rattle your insides, you will have to build a box for it though.

Jer

 

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by Viperoni » Tue May 05, 2009 9:24 pm
coppertop_01 wrote:Contact Viperoni, he got me a 12" sub for cheap that hits like hell, its really loud, I have 500WRMS running it, and it will rattle your insides, you will have to build a box for it though.

Jer


Mach5Audio isn't making the "M" series in a 10, 12 or 15 anymore :(

$150 will get you a pretty decent 12" sub that'll put out some good bass.
Team it with a 300-500 watt RMS amp (BestBuy has MTX 500 watt amps for about $200) and you're good to go.

 

coppertop_01
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by coppertop_01 » Wed May 06, 2009 3:14 pm
Crap, I guess that means if my sub goes I am going to have to go with a badder version now?

Jer
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