you could email Mike, who handles the soundsplinter company. he replies super fast. he told me the 15" can handle 800-900 watts RMS in a ported enclosure. other than that, some people have no problems putting 1000watts into one of them sealed.
*i just ordered a RL-p 15 yesterday. if you want, i can tell you how it is when i install it.
hmmm i think sound splinter subs really are sick im sitting here watching p!mp my ride (haha tha forum wont let me use the word p!mp) and i noticed they use these subs to put in peoples car i saw the lil yellow lookin X thing
I was actually very surprised with it. My ABC is running just under 5cuft, much larger than the recommended ported. This doesn't stop it from keeping up at all. My old pair of 10" sealed Kappa Perfects were a bit better, not surprisingly, but I have no regrets.
it was on p!mp my ride they pimped some corolla it was on the sunday stew yesterday they put to of them and the little microfone to sing on look at the bottom of the sound splinter home page it was that sub wit the yellow X dead serius
I might just have enough wood left to build another ABC. It'll most likely be around 3cuft if I can find a way to fit everything in. But with mine now, doubling the recommended has produced some great results.
It was designed as 5cuft net, but I'd added a bit of bracing after the fact (2:1 in the chambers, so not to throw off the volume ratios) and it came out to right around 4.8cuft. It raised the tuning frequency to just under 28hz if I remember correctly. I'll try to find my measurement sheets to verify.