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Do you have to go big to get the lows???

 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 419
Registered: Oct-05
Can a 12" or 10" hit the lows as good as a 15" or 18" if so what subs? DD, Re, fi, aq? I don't go to shows and none of my friends are really in to car audio, so I just don't have as much listening experience as most. I have always used 15's and 18's and haven't gave 10's and 12's a chance. Is it all box dependent?
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 800
Registered: Aug-07
installation makes HUGE impact on the type of sound.
 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 420
Registered: Oct-05
but it is possible if you throw a couple 12's in a huge box to hit the lows like a bigger woofer. or is the old saying "no replacemnet for displacement" true?
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Post Number: 16173
Registered: Jun-06
It's all about moving/compressing air. I've had 4 10's in a box sound similar to a 15 but why do that? Keep it simple on your wiring, box and amp.


And I luuub how an 18" sounds.
 

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Username: Denali_on_22s

I get Bucks like Milwa...

Post Number: 5472
Registered: Feb-06
you will never be satisfied with lows again after getting rid of your lms.
 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 421
Registered: Oct-05
I know. That thing sounded so sweet. Baby on the way, so that baby had to go, along with my porsche boxster and gto. I have a dumbass jeep now.
 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 422
Registered: Oct-05
My wife is a horrible person
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

A pic is worth 1000 posts!!

Post Number: 16179
Registered: Jun-06



Mine made me give up my Camaro.
 

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Username: Cblaze

Rock island, Tenesssee Us

Post Number: 2041
Registered: Sep-07
^^^ dam thats why im single
 

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Username: •cam•

BC Canada

Post Number: 2430
Registered: Nov-06
^Yeah, right.


 

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Username: Hdubb

Team Revolution

Post Number: 3575
Registered: Nov-04
lol. i say if you want lows out of a 12 get a high excursion 12 that will handle a good amount of power and have a low fs. what sub comes to mind that is recently new you ask.......NONE

it seems like no one builds any low bass monster like the good old days.
my vote goes with the audiopulse axis...lol. but you have to drop A LOT of money for one.
 

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Username: Exige

Cincinnati

Post Number: 275
Registered: Nov-07
If interested in Audiopulse, just let me know.
 

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Username: Mike11202

DD9515G VFL 200.1 = : , Sewell, NJ US

Post Number: 1677
Registered: Nov-06
Yeah I have the Soundsplinter RL-S 12" and it straight out murders the lows with authority.
 

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Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 9038
Registered: Jun-04
my brother Scott s has a phoenix gold titanium elite 12 and that thing hits the lows...i believe it has an fs of 25 hz and he hit 138 db at 35 hz on the termlab sealed up on the dash in a 2.50 cube box port tuned to 35 hz...its for sale too...only draw back is it has like a 10 inch mounting depth...it can also be placed in a sealed box
 

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Username: Tejcurrent

Post Number: 1291
Registered: Apr-07
The vehicle and enclosure will make all the difference. I've seen t/l results with multiple 12s hitting 150s in the 20hz region.

I love the sound of my 18s though..
 

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Username: Denali_on_22s

I get Bucks like Milwa...

Post Number: 5483
Registered: Feb-06
i would say go with a soundsplinter rl-s or audiopulse revo or some guy has an older ascendant audio avalanche that will destroy lows.
 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 423
Registered: Oct-05
the old ava's get hit the lows pretty well? I have never had an chance to listen to any of AA's products.
 

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Username: Pike110

TC-Sounds LMS 5400 18, Indianapolis...

Post Number: 424
Registered: Oct-05
what is the best spec that represents the if a sub can hit the lows? is it the "fs" and what kind of number should i be looking for?
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