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12-25-2012 08:30 PM
02Zetechse Hmmm here you go , either 2 Audio Technix Strato 10s or 2 AudioQue SDC2.0 10s , prefabbed sealed box, good 800 rms Amp, 4 gauge wire NO cap, No frills. It will have good sound quality and decent output and keep under your budget .
12-25-2012 06:31 PM
FocusOn20s yeah I got the two 10s

Kenwood Mt-1010 subs, ported box, and Kenwood amp for $324

sounds decent for now.
12-25-2012 09:13 AM
crice8
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Originally Posted by KibaWolf View Post
I hope the "two crappy subs in a ported prefab box" wasnt directed to me, because ive built this ported box myself + those 2 10" you see are competition subs so dont gets me wrong saying they are crappy sub.
Not directly Kiba so Please do not take offense to that. I am speaking of all of the people who go to bestbuy, walmart, or elsewhere and buy some cheap subs such as kicker comps and then think they are bumping.
But idk how into car audio you are but just because your subs are audiobahns competition line does not make them competition subs.... audiobahn is a cheap brand with not so awesome sound quality. They also make the DUB speakers sold at walmart. They may get loud for your standards. but sq wise the sound of them is well eh. I simply want the OP to know that he can get a much better sub that can get loud and still have terrific sound quality for the same price as some crap from a local store or shop.
12-24-2012 09:43 PM
KibaWolf
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Please put 1 10 in the proper airspace enclosure rather than being like everyone else around town who has two crappy subs in a ported prefab box... My single ten in a 1.25cuft box blows away a lot of two twelve setups... Its all about setting the system up correctly. Look into re audio subs on sonic electronix. I have used the 12" and 10" re audio sex series. They would be within your budget. Then you can get mb quart amp that will push clean power at a budget price.
I hope the "two crappy subs in a ported prefab box" wasnt directed to me, because ive built this ported box myself + those 2 10" you see are competition subs so dont gets me wrong saying they are crappy sub.
12-24-2012 08:43 PM
crice8 Please put 1 10 in the proper airspace enclosure rather than being like everyone else around town who has two crappy subs in a ported prefab box... My single ten in a 1.25cuft box blows away a lot of two twelve setups... Its all about setting the system up correctly. Look into re audio subs on sonic electronix. I have used the 12" and 10" re audio sex series. They would be within your budget. Then you can get mb quart amp that will push clean power at a budget price.
12-24-2012 05:51 PM
KibaWolf okaie, here is my set up, its did cost me a total of 340$ all included, and yes 2 10" fit and leave enough space for groceries, here is some picture, if you would like more info, just ask.

Custom Ported Box 14"x14"x32"
2x10" AudioBahn competition sub
MTX JackHammer JH300
Tsunami 2.0 Farad power capacitor
4 AWG power wire and ground
PAC SOEM-T 120 watts Line Output Converter (for the stock car deck)





I can post more pics if you want.
12-24-2012 03:40 PM
freemind ^That's pretty epic LOL
12-24-2012 03:22 PM
02Zetechse He could get away with a TC Sounds Epic 8 in .5 Cubes sealed and it would be a beast
12-24-2012 02:22 PM
popwarhomie
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$400.00 he says
Look at my quote
12-20-2012 04:51 PM
freemind To the OP,

Buy this, http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=295-466

Put it in a 1 cuft-1.25 cuft sealed box. http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=260-644

Add this, http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...51EZ.html#tabs


And buy a wiring kit 4ga or better yet 0ga. http://www.knukonceptz.com/productDe...prodID=KCA-PK0

You will have a great SQ sub setup in your budget area. This comes out to just under $450.00 and will rock.
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