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Hey, I want some subwoofers and was thinkin' about 2 solobaric 12's or 15's...i want somthin pretty loud with low money budget..any opinions on them? Also, wheres a good place to buy them at? and what kind of amp to push them? *note* I don't have too much room for a box. Thanks
 

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Username: Jroc

West Salem, Wisconsin U.S.

Post Number: 31
Registered: Oct-04
contact your local dealers...kicker is a good choice i have one and it loves the low frequencies. IF i turn it up too high it gets a little sloppy though there is no dynomat in the car so everything rattles
 

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Username: Solacedagony

New Jersey US

Post Number: 69
Registered: Oct-04
If you don't have too much room for a box, you may want to look elsewhere than the solobarics, as they tend to want A LOT of room. They are loud, not SQ at all. Just some points I figured I'd bring up.
 

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Username: Jeremyc

Kunsan AfbSouth Korea

Post Number: 180
Registered: Jun-04
Kickers comp vr is a pretty good speaker. Not as loud as the solo, but all and all a better all around speaker.
 

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Username: Jeremyc

Kunsan AfbSouth Korea

Post Number: 181
Registered: Jun-04
If you have a little extra to spend look into the Boston Acoustic pro 12 ($200 to $250), or Boston acoustic G5 (about $500). I have had alot of experiance with the PRO series and loved it.
 

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Username: Decde

Canada

Post Number: 240
Registered: Sep-04
Boston acoustics are WAY better than the solo's. If u ever wan't to buy a kicker sub, buy the comp vr. The solo's are square, just being that shape, u jump back around 5 years of technology right there. They are good spl subs, but like Jordan said, when u put them a little louder, they get REALLY sloppy, and that, absolutely nothing can change it, even with some dynamat and a plexiglass enclosure, it will still sound sloppy.
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