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Old 06-20-2005, 04:30 AM   #11
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I'll make it come out with wing nuts or something...


Umm... What does quality cost? I've seen lightning audio stuff, that'* not quality. I also don't like the sony stuff... I'd like Pioneer at the least but I know there'* a lot of brands I've never heard of.

I've got an aftermarket headunit, Which I'll probably be upgrading soon, the current one scratches cd'* so I have to make sure to only play burns...

I'm looking to also move my speakers up to Pioneer quality as they're crappy.

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dame i have my Pioneer Red HU and a Brand New Set of Pioneer 5.25'* if your interested
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You'll want something around 150-200w RMS @ 4ohms.

Make sure you build your boxes in mind after taking away the driver'* displacement. A box that'* 1 cubic foot before you drop the subwoofer in, isn't 1 cubit foot afterwards.
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A wedge is probly the best shaped box you can build. It deflects the sound coming from the back of the speaker away from it.
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I don't even want to guess the displacement of the speaker.... I'm not that much of an audiophile anyway.

'93, I've got a discount and I like the 9600 or higher models. Yours better?

Jach, I have no idea what a wedge is. I was planning on angling the back of the box to have it sit as close to the back of the seat as possible.
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na its a older model but it matches really good with the interior

any interest in the speakers?
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na its a older model but it matches really good with the interior

any interest in the speakers?
Not really, I doubt you can beat my price with shipping and all.
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