what do you think 4 12w6's would sound like in the back of an escalade w/ 2 jl 1000/1 amps, or should i go w/ 6 W6's..i am doing a sealed divided box...any suggestions on set up or how many subs would be nasty
I'd like to know how the 10w6's compare to the 12's in sealed enclosures. I'm thinking about upgrading my 10w3's and was wondering how those two sizes compared in SQ and low end extension. I guess I don't mind sacrificing some low end if the 10's "sound better". I only have 5 1/4' components and was worried about midbass transition.
Thanks and sry if this is a thread hijack. There's too may JL threads as it is. Mine would probably just get lost in the clutter.
fort lauderdale is baller... i was there last summer... so many nice cars... phantoms ferarris lambos bentleys vipers porsche turbos CL600s escalades on 24s and 26s... and so many girls on the beach in thongss! omg i was in heaven 8)
Yeah and very close to JL Audio. I used to be a regular visitor to Speaker Warehouse in the late 80's and some of the present JL "bigwigs" actually helped build my systems. Manville designed my very first box for a pair of 10W5's.
I'm kinda clueless when it comes to the newer stuff, but my ported 10w3's are irritating the heck out of me and am trying to find the best SQ replacement I can. SPL is of not much concern as the 10W3d2's(250w ea) significantly overpower my front stage as it is.
I was thinking one 12W6, one/two 10W6's, or maybe an IDmax. I'm also not too sure of my Xtant 1001dx. Its got a damping factor > 200 @ 4ohm/100Hz/250w which only translates to > 50 @ 1ohm/100Hz/1000w. Was thinking maybe of going the 500 watt route(instead of 1000) with one W6 or an IDmax D4 if it would improve sound quality.
I'm 40 and am not so impressed with bass where I can barely hear myself scream(10w3's). I want something that will sound great in my Explorer at low to moderately loud volumes and am open to any suggestions.