OK here we go, im not new to car audio stuff, actually i know alot about it but im starting over on my car setup. the first question that i need to know is which will hit harder. 1 12" X.X.X or 2 orion 12's H2's. to me i think the orions will hit harder but the x.x.x will sound better. Any inputs will be appreciated
there always is more SPL with more subs cuz of the increased surface area, but the xmax of the triple x is quite a bit more...about 7mm more than the h2
i would go with the one 12" triple x just because they are that good and you dont need two of them to get the desired amount of bass...we all know double the surface area only = +3 dB and thats noticable but not really at the same time
you will be absolutely fine and i think surprised at how much one triple X can put out
thanx and another question i heard that the x.x.x's can hit up to 150 possibly. Im upgrading from 3 12" hollywood excursion subs. Each of the subs have 13mm xmax.With three it should should move just as much air as 1 x.x.x if im correct right? Which means that it will be equal bass?
for the hollywoods they are ok but the whole reason that im looking into the x.x.x because i want a dramatic spl change.Atleast 10db worth. So should i look into 2 x.x.x's for this change. I never got my car metered but from what you guys say that 150 feels like hell, with the excursions i think im hittin 135-140.I wantsomething that will atleast get me to 150. Any suggestions bacon
thanx bacon but the problem is with the setup i want recquires 2 subs becuz im doing it for me n my car club and the layout i need 2-4 subs 4 is to many subs with not enough space so i need picked 2 subs. So any inputs on 2 subs that i can get that would get me 2 150db's.(glass,zac,bacon,anybody)
warren is right...there are a huge amount of super subs to look at..
tdx, brahma, triple x, idmax, w7, 3500 series (dd), 9500 series (dd, not mtx), 9900 series (dd also), type X (alpine), juggernaught, and a few more...
i would definately look into 2 of these subs above, these are top notch subs on the market, i would say the ultimate sub is probably the digital designs 9917, capable of handling over 10,000 w rms and putting out over 160 dB alone