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2 Alpine type R 12's

 

smith2289
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Im looking at 2 type r 12's in a sealed box. Can anyone give me a ruff estimate on how many db's i could get with a kicker 1000.1 amp?
 

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Username: Tdeaton1021

Near Tampa, Florida USA

Post Number: 2272
Registered: Sep-04
130-140 ... its hard to really guess. just do it and tell us....
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 130
Registered: Oct-05
What kind of car? I'd say closer to 145. My friend had 2 of the older type R 12s in a sealed box with a 600rms amp in a 300zx and hit 144.
 

smith2289
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1997 Extended cab z71
 

smith2289
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1997 Extended cab z71
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 131
Registered: Oct-05
yeah you should hit 145
 

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Username: Rmzracer

Bentonville, Arkansas USA

Post Number: 65
Registered: Jul-05
yeh i got em in a single cab truck and they thump. youll be happy.
 

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Username: Rovin

Trinidad & T...

Post Number: 6217
Registered: Jul-05
Can't guestimate a figure but they bump VERY hard in my wagon

Will rec u buy a 1200wrms amp & not a 1000wrms amp cause a pair handles 1200wrms easily .....
 

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Username: Tdeaton1021

Near Tampa, Florida USA

Post Number: 2278
Registered: Sep-04
144 on a TL sealed? thats kinda hard to believe... or was it not a TL?
 

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Username: Southern_bass

Paris, Tennessee U.S.

Post Number: 1883
Registered: Dec-05
joey do you have 10's or 12's
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 135
Registered: Oct-05
Trevor, what do you mean TL?
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana USA

Post Number: 2327
Registered: Mar-04
Brett,
trevor means "what meter did you hit 144 on?"...did you use the termlab? 144dB is not exactly a reasonable # to hit in the Termlab sensor w/ a sealed box.


smith2289,
i have a 98 ext cab 2wheel drv silverado. w/ 2 type-r's sealed under the back seat...i say you would hit 135-140 on the TL. (legal, on the dash)

it would be a good daily system.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 2906
Registered: Oct-05
term-lab = TL

 

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Username: Jaked2ca

Lacombe, Alberta Canada

Post Number: 5
Registered: Feb-06
how the hell did you fit two 12's under your seat
thats like damn near impossible!? Whered you get this amazing box haha?
 

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Username: Rmzracer

Bentonville, Arkansas USA

Post Number: 67
Registered: Jul-05
Casey I have two 12's. in a sealed box that is 3.5 ft^3. I know it sounds like a huge box for a single cab truck but the new dodges have soo much room.
 

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Username: Andysd03

Post Number: 15
Registered: Jan-06
why put type r's in a sealed box that is dumb they are boomer subs not SQ they were designed for ported ud hit at least anoter 3 db more if u go with ported with type R maybe 6 db more. If u want a sealed encloser go with the type X alpine not type r type x is SQ sub and was desinged for sealed not type R
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 140
Registered: Oct-05
^^Probably because there's not a lot of room in an extended cab truck for 2 12"s in a ported box. Boomer subs????
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 141
Registered: Oct-05
And back to the whole term lab thing. Can you explain that a little better? I haven't been to many competitions so I'm not too familiar with it.
 

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Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 142
Registered: Oct-05
Okay nm I found it out myself. And no, it wasn't on a tl. It was at a db drag at our school a few years ago. The mic was in the front passenger seat of his car. The equipment was pretty high end because it was put on by a local audio shop, and they had all the equipment sent from rockford fosgate for another show in the city earlier that week.
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