Considering my options.. I love my SX but next year I'm going to want to change something up. I'm thinking about either adding another SX and ample amp or selling my SX and purchasing a fully loaded BTL. Keep in mind both setups would be given the same power although the box for the two SX 15"s might not be quite to specs.
(2) RE SX 15"s - 1500+rms each (1) Fi BTL - 3000+rms
hmmmm, i believe the sx n btl have the same surface area. if u want to get the btl's u do not need the fully loaded version. the standard btl will do just fine. as far as motor strength the standard btl has ALOT of strength compared to the sx... (just thinkin bout the price is the hard part bout the sx...)
Well Mr Mirage the SSX can handle 5K (sipposed) and someone here has been running his on 4k daily. I was looking at the DD 9515's for a long time but I settled on my SSX. Reall if I was you I would bump two SX's in a medium sealed enclosure and be able to play anything and still be super loud due to the small size of the vehicle. I miss the sealed life honestly with my super duper ported enclosure when I switch music styles I have to equalize the bass, actually turn it down for techno, rock, etc. Polo..
I could prolly do 6cu.ft after displacement for the 2 SXs.. thats 3cu.ft per sub. It is a smaller box than recommended but with the 500+rms going to the subs I would have to put them in a smaller box so the cone would have more control..
The last time I bumped two SXs it was in my Silverado with a 14cu.ft box tuned to 28hz.. now that tore my truck up. The only thing I miss going from a pair of subs to a single if the wow factor. Yea it gets loud but I miss the earthquake .. A single sub setup just does not move enough air for me.
kevin, dont you have the car with the subs coming through the backseat? if so, f the backseat and bring 2 SXs on out tha trunk... i bet you can come up with 14 cu ft then and it would be insane to the max!
hey where are the competitions at that you have been contending in?
I never said DD's are bad subs there Fs is just set higher than I would like them. There are many a sub out there that can handle a lot more than there rated power. With the right enclosure and with a clean amp/signal most subs can handle more, sh!t I have seen more than 2K on a 15 type R and that is no BS. An Re sx if when done right it is very possible that the sub can handle more than 2k, I have even had 1800rms on a single Treo SSI which I think is 750rms rated. Many possibilities here. Polo..
I'd laugh .. I guess I'll just try to fit two SXs.. I'd like to get one DVC 1 ohm .. then recone my to a DVC 1 ohm.. daily I could run them at 1000+rms each and for comps I could wire them to .5 ohm and send them 2000+ rms each .. Man I'd love to get a second one... it will be coming soon enough and I will be breaking 150s. Gonna try it first with a single sub setup. I'll have to see if I can even fit two because if not I might end up selling the good ole SX and get one fully loaded BTL... unless I can find an MT.
Now on that note.. BTL vs. MT ... which would you perfer? I could actually get an MT for less if I look around hard enough