Which sub do you think?

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  1. damacman

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    So, I guess the pair of HX2 18 inchers I have in my 2k3 Stang won't fit either . . . I have full access to my spare tire, the stock back seat, etc. Anyone want to put some money up on this? For the record, the overall diameter of a subwoofer has NOTHING to do with how good it will sound -- kind of like saying you can't get a big block to rev fast. There a multiple determining factors on how a subwoofer can sound in a vehicle, the enclosure being the single most important one of them.
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    :banana: EXACTLY the point I was making earlier in this thread! :nice:

    How did you fit the 18's in there (I don't remember an 18" HX2, but cool)? Are they running IB, or just small-sealed? I do believe you could actually port the trunk itself using drivers with that much displacement and tune it low enough to call elephants in the Serengeti. :hail2:
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    well I would have to go with 2 audiobahn 1200 Q series myself ( awesome subs) but if you are looking for best bang for the buck I would probably go with the fosgate because sony sucks. But the 15" should have better efficiency(put out more noise) than a 10" or 12" in the same series. But then again Rockford Fosgate has poor signal to noise ratio's to start with. I have two 10" fosgates to give a nice balance to my system and they sound good.
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    Woofers do not have a signal to noise ratio . . . ? This is a measure of the difference between the signal and the noise level of an amplifier's output section and has no correlation to speakers.
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    Well, it does play ruler flat down to 15 hertz . . .

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    :rlaugh: no no no if your going jl or anything at that go with the w6v2 or the w7 12". if you didnt know a w7 8" has been put against a audiobahn 12" flame q and the jl dominated it so there ya go. if ya want something that BEATS with BAD**S effeciancy go with JL W7V2 or W6V2.
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    I don't think he wants to spend that kind of change- hence the using of Sony or RF to begin with. But, I ALMOST agree with you. I like the w6v2's, but I don't like the w7's. Too enclosure sensitive. I would go for a RE XXX or an Adire Brahma, Elemental Ov2, IDMAX, Eclipse TiPro, TC Sounds 4hp, or some Funky Pups :banana: :banana: :banana:
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    yeah brahma is bad ass too :hail2:

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