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Yes - What are you waiting for? go buy them 2 25.00%
No - They suck keep shopping! 6 75.00%
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Old 02-09-2005, 09:20 AM   #11
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kewl thanks Katfl0res, now my next question, i need a 1000watt amp. whats a good brand?? but not to much..
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kewl thanks Katfl0res, now my next question, i need a 1000watt amp. whats a good brand?? but not to much..
Are you sure you NEED 1000Watts? That'* a lot of juice.

Post the specs of the subs you bought, how you listen to your music, and what your space constraints are for the box they are going in. Then, matching up an amp becomes easier than just pulling a rabbit out of the proverbial hat of 1000Watt amps.
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Havent bought them yet. but here are the specs for speaker:
Kevlar®-treated pulp cone
3/4" Santoprene rubber surround
dual oversized Nomex® spiders
frequency response 26-1,000 Hz
power range 50-200 watts RMS
peak power handling 600 watts
sensitivity 89 dB
top-mount depth 6-3/16"
sealed box volume: 0.8-1.7 cubic feet
ported box volume: 1.25-2.0
1-year warranty


here are the specs for a box i may buy, crutchfield also recommended this box:
for two 12" subwoofers
1.75 cubic feet internal volume (per sub)
dimensions:
width: 31-7/8"
height: 16"
bottom depth: 19-3/8"
top depth: 14"
1-year warranty

how about even an 800watt 2 channel?? 400 to each?
http://www.cartoys.com/cartoys/showd...duct_ID/23503/
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Yea don't get the 1,000 watt... esp. with the E'*
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ok...what about Infinity Kappa Perfects?:

Magnesium Metal Matrix (M3D) cone
large-roll butyl-rubber surround
Variable Q
massive cast-aluminum basket
3" voice coil
suitable for free-air use (handles up to 200 watts in free-air mode)
recommended power range 75-400 watts RMS
peak power handling 1,600 watts
frequency response 23-400 Hz
sensitivity 89 dB
top mount depth 7"
sealed box volume 0.4-1.25 cu. ft.
ported box volume 1.75-3.00 cu. ft.
Recommended Q-Logic Box Type: 1, 2, 3
3-year warranty
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what about orion?
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those type e'* will do you just fine and at buy one get one it'* a bargain!!!
i agree i think alpine has a decent product
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alrite kewl! you've been a big help!! but dont go far, cuz i will need u again thanks for the help!!! im still picking....
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what about orion?
orion'* are awesome subs regarless the model
but HCCA'* are the best
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Go with JL Audio and you won't be upgrading in 3 months. Get a 10-12 w3v2 and send it 300-400w RMS and it will blow those E'* out of the water. Just my .02 Thomas
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