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Old 07-28-2006, 07:36 AM   #1
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Good sub, really high powerhandling for a 10" though. You'll probably have to throw 800ish RMS watts at it to get it hitting hard. Also make sure you realize its a dual 4ohm voice coil sub.
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Do a search on here or caraudio.com and you'll see how many people use the Type R'* and love 'em. Very underrated as far as power handling goes. Anywhere from 800-1,000 RMS @ 2 ohm should do the job very well. Also, I'd recommend building a ported box (~2 cu ft. tuned to 30-35 hz) to really feel that bass line.
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Do a search on here or caraudio.com and you'll see how many people use the Type R'* and love 'em. Very underrated as far as power handling goes. Anywhere from 800-1,000 RMS @ 2 ohm should do the job very well. Also, I'd recommend building a ported box (~2 cu ft. tuned to 30-35 hz) to really feel that bass line.
Its a Type X more surround Xmax

X2 on the ported box. It will make your heart pound and your ears bleed
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X type is def. a very good sub for that price on ebay how ever it does not have the cleanest sound in that classof subs i would recomend a JLw7 becaues of all the money you will have to spend on a class D amp anyways why not spend alittle extra and have an even more amazing sounding sub but you have to hear the diffrence for your self i thinck it alll about preffrence when it comes to systems got like what your bumpin
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