I have a visonik 3200 watt amp and I am tryin to decide what subs to use on for all out SPL. I am looking 12's right now but I am open to ideas. I also have a 5 farad audiobahn cap, and a audiobahn line driver that I will be running with these, any ideas are a great help. Also I will be running a optima red top with a 200 amp alternator if you needed to know.
umm no visionik is a pep boys brand, and it sucks IMO, i got 2 of there 12's with there own amp rated at 1200 watts rms and her 6x9's overpowered them, NO JOKE, i swear to you, and they arent even really red, they are like pink, i guess thats why i bought them for her lol
i tink the MT is too extreme for your setup. and you would kill that amp with that sub. i think yu need something that wouldnt take so much power and give you good results, im thinking maybe a w6v2 or a avalanche, or a dd 3500 series sub. maybe even the sx from re. how much are you looking to spend? there a lot of choices for you but just need more info. the MT doesnt have a warranty because it is for EXTREME spl only situations. the x.xx is an awesome sub along with the brahma mk2. the i9dmax d3 is a great sub with more sq on it s platter, but gives you some spl also. what are the specs on that amp? and plus you dont have the room for a MT or any thing that big
well okay how about running 2 RE SX 15's in a sealed box with the 3200 watt amp? Which the specs are VISONIK V900HC 3200 WATT HIGH CURRENT AMPLIFIER FEATURES: 3200W 2 Channel High Current Amplifier 2 x 750W Rms @ 4 Ohm Stereo 2 x 1000W Rms @ 2 Ohm Stereo 2 x 1500W Rms @ 1 Ohm Stereo 2 x 2000W Rms @ A½ Ohm Stereo 1 x 3200W Rms @ 1 Ohm
that still might be too big for your car. 15s are very big, but if you think tey would fit then i would go with them. also see if you have enough room for each sub to have around 2.5-3.0 cub. feet for a ported enclosure.
for 12s? oh yeah....9912 from digital designs, you know if you have the money try to get a brahma extreme from adire audio, i tihk they are 700 or 800 a piece but are very nice. if not try the digital designs, or the triple x.