I am going to get a couple 12w7's and my friend ha six 15wo subs. I think his will be louder, but I was wondering by how much? How many 15wo's will equill one 12w7. I have only heard w7's a couple times at low volumes. All my freinds and I love loud stereos and it is a big contest between all of us. I was wondering how loud two 12w7's with one 1000/1 amp would be. Will that amp power them? Would they be heard across my collage campus? I would appreciate som feedback thankyou
ha, 6 15w0's would own you with the right amount of wattage..
about 3 13w7's should be getting close..
ok dont buy the w7's...you can get cheaper and much much better...for the same amount of money...go with 3 10 inch eclipse titaniums and run them on 3 interfire audio IB2950C's....that will hit harder then any subs jl makes...and also...does jl make a 15 inch w7...or have they ever...my friend said they did and i wasnt sure..thanks for the help
the W0 line is a low excursion, low power sub. If you want co compare to his system using 6 of those, look at using one pair of RE triple X or MT 15" subs, or a pair of Eclipse Ti 18" subs, and feed each sub about 1500rWMS.
Your system should end up pretty superior, and using less air space.
dude, i know you have good intentions but giving people advice on something you know little about is kinda lame. yes eclipse are goood woofers, however sayin they will blow away any jl is at most nothing more than a feeble opinion.
and no jl doesnt make a 15W7, however they do offer a 13W7, which has about the amount of cone area as a 15" woofer. its because the surround goes out to the very edge of the speaker giving more room for cone, they're pretty cool subs. l8a bro
"i just checked and the 12" ti moves 1.5 inches. which is 38.1 mm one way"
And that's not totally right. Peak one way maybe, not linear, I promise you. I've seen a dumax sheet a guy got for the Ti Pro, which has more excursion than the Titanium, and it was around 34mm. 34mm is still very, very good though. They do list 1.5" for the X-max, but that's not totally right.