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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 620
Registered: Aug-05
im selling my 15" clarion with the crap box its in for $170 bought it for $200 new 2 years ago. kid said he'd give me 170. so i want to get all new. amp, HU, subs and all. i want to know the best biggest sub i can get for around 200. i dont want to get used all that much... its going in a chevy astro, so its got to push some air. im looking to get 2 or 3. but thast going to be over a bit of time... any suggestions? i dont care weather its sq or spl. just some thing that i can use every day.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi AudioBTL

Post Number: 8170
Registered: Oct-05
you want to spend $200 on 2 or 3 subs?

if not then get some fi ssd's.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi AudioBTL

Post Number: 8172
Registered: Oct-05
bump
 

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Username: Nothingis2loud

Taylorville, Illinois United states

Post Number: 36
Registered: Dec-06
the memphis mojo 15 is pretty nice for 350 and it can handle a lot of power. i too have an astro but i have 4 w7s in it. ill sell you them but not for 200
 

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Username: Bump05

We Stay Fly, 18 SX USA

Post Number: 605
Registered: Aug-06
id get from my top 5 i would want:
(im not too sure on prices either)
Si Mag around 350-400 i think
Re Audio Sx 600-650 (ebay it for sometimes 200-300)
DD Audio 3515 ( 350-400 )
Crystal comp 15 ebay them for 200-300
Fi Btl 400-450
Fi Q 375ish
those are my favs right now not overpriced (except for new re products :-( )
 

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Username: Goodie_goop

Midland, Texas U.S.

Post Number: 62
Registered: Oct-06
si mag is closer to 450-500
Fi Q 15" is i think 279 or sumthin close
 

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Username: Denim

Www.TeamSSAudio.com, MD

Post Number: 49
Registered: Nov-06
If you are on a budget, the Mach5Audio MAW-15 is a great option.
 

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Username: Cadi_sittin_on_l7s

Indiana

Post Number: 2
Registered: Dec-06
ive had them all man. dont get 3 15's for 200 apiece. spend a little extra and get the 2 kicker 15" l7s. they run on average 320$, but can find for less. also these 15 l7s hit like 18 inches because of there square. also maybe the 12" l7s. hit like 15's, quality sub and definately push air.
 

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Username: Andrew571

Stillwater/Edmond, Oklahoma USA

Post Number: 467
Registered: Oct-05
these 15 l7s hit like 18 inches because of there square.

o rly?
 

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Username: Cadi_sittin_on_l7s

Indiana

Post Number: 18
Registered: Dec-06
do the math. A=lw. s15l7 = 15x15 = 225 sq. in.
18 inch sub = 2xpixr~ 243 sq. in.

less than an 8% difference.

Ill refrase. These 15 l7s push less than 8% air than an 18 inch sub.
 

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Username: Zoomiebird

Gville, FL

Post Number: 208
Registered: May-06
^lol is all i can get out
 

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Username: Cadi_sittin_on_l7s

Indiana

Post Number: 21
Registered: Dec-06
^^^just tellin the facts.
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 621
Registered: Aug-05
no no. not 200 for 2-3 subs. around 200 each. i can save for more later, but iw ant some thing to start with.
 

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Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 2758
Registered: Feb-06
how about this:

http://www.deathbydb.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=341
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 622
Registered: Aug-05
ok, im doin area of a circle at school in math and this is how we calculate it...
for a fifteen it pi times the radius squared
=176.63" squared. and for an 18 its same formula but the result is 254.34" squared. i see quite the difference... or maybe im just tought wrong. im not all that conserned about it any ways. i dont want to make a box that will take up the hole van for some 18's. 15's will be good. probably cant get quality 18's for around 200 too often any ways.
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 623
Registered: Aug-05
ahh you guys are doin the area of square subs. sh!t my bad.... go to read stuff more carefully.
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 624
Registered: Aug-05
i can get kickers locally, not sure of a price, but would they be a good idea? i could probably get some deals becuase i know the guy doing co-op there, he said hed give me some deals...
 

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Username: James1115

Use a simple...

Post Number: 8284
Registered: Dec-04
kickers will get very loud if thats what you are after. for $200+/sub I would do 2-3-4 FI q's:-) or for $120/sub shipped on ebay you can get type r's which sound great and get plenty loud.
 

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Username: Jakeyplaysbass

St. Louis, MO

Post Number: 1576
Registered: Jul-05
Elemental designs 16OV.3s.

edesignaudio.com
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 629
Registered: Aug-05
where can i find FI's?
 

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Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 2764
Registered: Feb-06
www.ficaraudio.com
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 631
Registered: Aug-05
i like the fi ssd's. a good price, and nice watts. who has a good experience with this sub? is this a good quality brand i can use every day at the required watts in a sealed box for the next 5 years?
 

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Username: Bernymac

Cambodian

Post Number: 1459
Registered: Sep-04
Don't do a 3 sub setup, do two 15's and spend 300ish on each subwoofer and that'll be great. Instead of getting 3 somewhat nice but not as great 200 dollar subs and THEN, have a weird ohm configuration because you have a 3 sub setup, where as you can spend 300 each on two better quality subwoofers and have a good ohm load depending, and getting the most out of your amp. Get my drift? if not then ok =).
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 632
Registered: Aug-05
i get your drift... im still diggin the fi ssd's. when i get my social insurance number, so i can get my income tax back, im going to invest in a vehicle, then get my old job back and start on the system. thanks for the info guys.
 

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Username: Tanmanfosho

C Bang, Hardcore Iowa USA

Post Number: 237
Registered: Nov-06
TSX 12 inch $250
 

Silver Member
Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 634
Registered: Aug-05
no 12's. nothing against them. i just like 15's
 

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Username: Tanmanfosho

C Bang, Hardcore Iowa USA

Post Number: 238
Registered: Nov-06
then go 15 but it'll cost 300
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 636
Registered: Aug-05
what brand is TSX?
 

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Username: Jblanford

Post Number: 215
Registered: Oct-06
treo
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 639
Registered: Aug-05
got links?
 

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Username: Jblanford

Post Number: 216
Registered: Oct-06
www.treoonline.com
 

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Username: Tanmanfosho

C Bang, Hardcore Iowa USA

Post Number: 239
Registered: Nov-06
sure do www.treoonline.com all their subs are there and here's a price list muddy did

https://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/car-audio/225631.html
 

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Username: Tdbdadrummer

Wellsburg, WV USA

Post Number: 1726
Registered: Aug-05
How about waiting for the AA hAvoc to come out :-). Only $350 each!

Just a thought lol, ya know.
 

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Username: Johnfiac

IL USA

Post Number: 849
Registered: Mar-06
The BTLs are more then 450, maybe 450 for the base model, i know when i got quoted for 2 fully loaded BTL's it was like 650$each and that was FI direct..
 

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Username: Astrosafari

Delhi, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 640
Registered: Aug-05
im not going to competitions or any thing. just need some thing with some pound for every day. you guys are givin me top of the line stuff. nothing wrong with that, its fittin my price range. im stickin around 200 still. so i see the Fi SSD for $209 and the Treo TSI for $220... now that difference isnt alot to worry about... what more should i lean more to? the tsi handles 300 rms, and the Fi handles 800 rms. i like the look of the Fi a bit more, but appearance isnt every thing. i think i might go with the Fi... what do you's think?
 

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Username: Derick06

Texas, Rio G... United States

Post Number: 52
Registered: Nov-05
From my experience I would recommend you that SSD. My friend just got a 15" Q and it pounds in a ported 4 cubic foot box tuned to 33hz. I have an RE SX and I love it. RE and Fi are kind of the same thing but Fi subs are improved from the RE's from what I've read. I can't speak for Treo since I've never heard any of their subs but I've read they are very good.
 

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Username: Tanmanfosho

C Bang, Hardcore Iowa USA

Post Number: 240
Registered: Nov-06
i like my treos :-D it isnt always how much it can ahndle. look at sony get a sony sub that says it can ahndle mroe and put it up agaisnt a treo and wave goodbye to ur sony
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