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Right 12's for .77 cu. ft. with 6" mounting depth

 

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Username: Mash4kash

Lafayette, LA

Post Number: 296
Registered: Feb-06
Can you guys tell me which are the right & perfect subs to go in a dual downfire truck box sealed with .77 cu. ft. per chamber and a 6" mounting depth? What I found were kicker cvt's 4 3/8" mounting depth 400w RMS min. 1.0 cu. ft. sealed, Alpine type S 5" mounting depth 300w RMS min. .8 cu. ft. Look at the new type r 1043d 10's take 600w rms and 1800w peak sound like those might hit harder and deeper than a 12 with less than 600w rms huh? And mounting depth is 5.875" perfect for a 6" depth box.
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana Team Audible...

Post Number: 8068
Registered: Mar-04
I have heard good things about the new type R's. Not sure if all of it is true (hear it from Alpine Rep).

BUT, IMO....in 0.77cuft, you may be better off w/ 10" subs.

What vehicle do you have?
 

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Username: Skdooley

Roanoke, VA Usa

Post Number: 823
Registered: Oct-09
Maybe some of the lower end JL w series, like the w1s.
 

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Username: Mash4kash

Lafayette, LA

Post Number: 298
Registered: Feb-06
A 04 duramax HD crew cab
 

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Username: Mash4kash

Lafayette, LA

Post Number: 299
Registered: Feb-06
I normally go with 15s in a car or 4 12s. 10s in a truck are better than no subs at all. Still tho will 2 type r 10s with 1200w ems be louder, deeper than 2 kicker cvt 12s with 800w rms? My cousin said he put a 1500w amp on 2 type r 10s and put a crossover at 50hz and it sounded like 15s to him, said it hit the low notes,I don't think I believe that.
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