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10" sub that thump

 

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Username: Chuckoya

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 8
Registered: Jul-06
yes im looking to get new 10" subs and want a pair that really thump at low volume and frickin pound at high volume any suggestions any body?
 

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Username: Wolfman1966

WEST MONROE , LOUISIANA USA

Post Number: 247
Registered: Jan-06
whats your budget and are you just looking for subs or an amp too?
 

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Username: Chuckoya

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 9
Registered: Jul-06
the price range i am looking in is about $400 a sub and i already have an amp
 

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Username: Drsmith

Montana USA

Post Number: 73
Registered: Nov-04
what kinf of amp is it ? how many watts is it pushing?
 

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Username: Chuckoya

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 11
Registered: Jul-06
my amp is a 2400watt american legacy 2038
manual says it can handel rms@4ohms 2x200w rms@2ohms 2x300w Max output 2x1200w Briged mode 4-8ohms 1x2400w
 

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Username: Drsmith

Montana USA

Post Number: 80
Registered: Nov-04
go with kicker CVR's or some AA assassins
 

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Username: Troy81

Tavernier, Fl Us

Post Number: 665
Registered: Mar-06
400$ a sub, but THAT amp???????? i woul buy a $300 amp and get 2 250$ subs IMO
 

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Username: Tdbdadrummer

Wellsburg, WV USA

Post Number: 1537
Registered: Aug-05
Assassins over CVR's...
 

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Username: Drsmith

Montana USA

Post Number: 81
Registered: Nov-04
i have never heard assassins but with only 200-300 RMS i didnt know what to suggest
 

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Username: S2darizzle

Post Number: 19
Registered: Jul-06
I had a pair of 10"s. I believe they were 300 watts a piece. They aren't very powerful, but they still bump-especially for 10"s. I sold them to a friend, but he's selling them now. $100 for both of them plus the enclosure is the price listed, but I'm sure I can get them back for $75.

NOTE: One sub has been refurbished.
 

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Username: Chuckoya

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 13
Registered: Jul-06
ok so let me get this my amp is a p.o.s and i should just get all new amp ans subs? (i just want my 91 escort to pound it's self in to the ground)
Any who thanks for the info
 

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Username: Thebufromnc

Rockwell, NC

Post Number: 77
Registered: Jul-06
You def need a def amp cause Legacy is like that dog Sh!t that stuck to your shoe and you didnt see it until you walked all over your brand new white carpet, (the amp is def a Piece of Sh!t If i was you i would go with this setup. There only 230 a piece, dont look away from them because they are Pioneer. they shake the earth. ya dig

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and for the amp get 2 of these. They are only $199 a piece good price for the power

http://cgi.ebay.com/Directed-Viper-Audio-D1200-1-AMPLIFIER-Class-D-SUB-AMP_W0QQi temZ290006674562QQihZ019QQcategoryZ18797QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Wire the (2) 10's parallel to your (2) Viper 1200.1d at a 2 ohm load, and you got a perfect match. The viper does 800 watts rms at a 2ohm load , and even though these subs are Dual 4 ohm, they can make a 2ohm load wired parallel. So you got yourself a banging system for just about $860 when you wanted to spend 400 a piece for a 10" sub. This system will not let you down. only thing is, def need a alty upgrade if you go this route. Good luck man
 

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Username: Thebufromnc

Rockwell, NC

Post Number: 78
Registered: Jul-06
sorry i copy and paste and those numbers keep coming up before the rest of the URL. take out everything before www. and you will see the subs. It's the Pioneer Premier TS-W2504SPL.
 

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Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 1086
Registered: Feb-06
you caqn get a dd 2510 for about the same price as that pioneer sub^^
 

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Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 1087
Registered: Feb-06
you can get a dd 2510 for about the same price as that pioneer sub^^
 

Gold Member
Username: Basshead86

Google is your Friend, FL

Post Number: 3941
Registered: Aug-05
check out some DD 1012's..

they can take roughly 500+ watts RMS.

and they are very clean and loud.:-)
 

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Username: Chuckoya

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 14
Registered: Jul-06
hey Jay Mogyoros i like that setup but last night i was looking at some earth quakes what is your opinion on them
thanks for all the advise ppl.
 

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Username: Thebufromnc

Rockwell, NC

Post Number: 81
Registered: Jul-06
which one's you lookin at.
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