Pioneer ts-w5000spl


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Username: Homiee404

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jan-06
anyone heard this sub, i was debating getting one...wanted to know people opinions on it and any possible substitutes...

Silver Member
Username: Blainew

Post Number: 525
Registered: Nov-05
im not so sure about pioneer/premier subs

you can do better

New member
Username: Homiee404

Post Number: 2
Registered: Jan-06
any actually planning to have this in a room in my house...i want something real loud with a lot of excursion, but still be durable

Heres a better idea.....

stay on this forum reading for a couple days and u will learn some stuff that will help u out

car subwoofers dont work in houses

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Username: Homiee404

Post Number: 3
Registered: Jan-06
allright then

New member
Username: Homiee404

Post Number: 4
Registered: Jan-06 subs dont work in houses at all is what your saying???

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Username: Rovin

Trinidad & T...

Post Number: 4478
Registered: Jul-05
thats a very "loose" statement - i been doing that yrs b4 i got a car & nothing is wrong with that is done right ...

Wasn't the name "JOHN HOLMES" the name of a P0RN actor who is said 2 be well endowed !? -

NO offense if that happens 2 be ur real name ....

New member
Username: Homiee404

Post Number: 5
Registered: Jan-06
ok thanks man, i actaully was gonna get a 12 volt power supply (really 13.8 v at like 100 amps) and use that to power my amp...and give it a signal from my stereo that has a subwoofer output

yes...john holmes definately was a adult movie star and definately had a foot-long d!ck...HAHAHAHA

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Username: Subsonic

Dunn, N.c.

Post Number: 6
Registered: Jan-06
I have a pioneer spl5000 sub it is loud as hell on my us-amps 4000x (2000x2@2ohm)pioneer sub is dual4ohm only so i have it on one ch. 148.1db's in my trunk damn good (back seat up). 1 12 3.55cu.feet 4x12" port
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