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Username: Catrsd

Chula vista, Ca

Post Number: 4
Registered: Feb-09
I will be getting a new system since my car was totaled in an accident as well as everything I had in the trunk.

I have always gone with JL AUDIOamps, and subs.

I've heard there are cheaper and better companies. What do you
guys recommend.

My last setup was a 12w7 jl 1001/v2 amp.

Im Starting freshso i need a HU, components etc etc....

What do you guys recommend.

I prefer sealed and SOUND QUALITY
 

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Username: Lord_huggington

Ontario Canada

Post Number: 561
Registered: Oct-10
There are better & cheaper products. Depending on space, consider 1 15 in about 4 cubes @ 30 Hz pointed into the cabin & blocked off from the rest of the trunk. Port into the cabin too. What are you driving now?

Sound Solutions Audio DCON 300w ./ GCON 750w / icon 1000w / xcon 1750w
idmax 1000w, dunno if they made them in 15's
adire brahma 1600w
< 2006 RE XXX 1600w
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DD
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AB
RF
TC

lol
 

New member
Username: Catrsd

Chula vista, Ca

Post Number: 5
Registered: Feb-09
Its going to be for a 2008 honda accord sedan.
 

Gold Member
Username: Joe1234

Post Number: 1493
Registered: May-09
I'd suggest a Fi Q 12" subwoofer driven by a:

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_34764_Rockford-Fosgate-R1200-1D.html

Or for cheaper:

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_23875_MB-Quart-ONX1.1500D.html
 

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Username: Glasswolf

Columbia, South Carolina America

Post Number: 14678
Registered: Dec-03
If you want a nice SQ system, this is my recommendation:

use a single 10" or 12" sub, sealed with about 600 watts RMS.
use a good 2-way component set of separates in front, preferably in the kick panels with tweeter over or next to the midrange, and power that comp set with about 75-100 watts per channel
Use amplifiers or a head unit that offer electronic crossovers to add a LPF for the sub, and HPF for the mids, and use a head unit that has time alignment and phase adjustment based on mic position, such as some of the higher end Pioneer or Alpine units.

That's really all you need aside from a good charging system and power wiring.
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