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Old 04-27-2003, 08:37 PM   #1
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Just bought a 600W Mono Block Kicker amp, and wondering what the best 2 Ohm sub out there is....Any comments apreciated.
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It depends on what you are looking for SQL, or SPL. If you are looking for SQL, I would suggest Eclipse, or Diamond Audio. SPL, JL Audio. I'm getting Alpine Type-R'* because a couple of my friends have them and they sound good for both types of listening.
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what'* sql? isn't it just SQ? sound quality? from my knowledge SQL is pronounced SEQUAL and is a database program
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SQL means "sound quality level." There are 2 different classes when it comes to car audio, spl and sql.


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i think there'* only sound pressure level and sound quality........
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SPL is "sound pressure level" and that is a system that gets really loud
SQ is "sound quality" and focuses on sound quality, not necessarily how loud it gets
SQL is a mix between the two. It has good sound quality, and gets fairily loud.
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I am partial to Kicker'* myself but thats just me. Uhmm if your looking for loud go with something like a JL W7 one or two of those will make you cream. My friend has 4 of them in a 91 5.0 mustang and you can barley breathe in there it hits so hard.
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i have an mtx 8000 dual 4 ohm wired in paralle down to two ohms and running it on an audiobahn 1200w mono it sounds and responds great!!
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If you want performance go with any of the audiobahn awt subs. I have a 10" awt linear compression running at 1500 watts and it is really f-ing loud. it can be 2 12" solo barics. The secret to them is the compression. It compresses air and never bottoms out.
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