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Old 11-08-2004, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default Has anyone heard Alumapro subs?

I don't know anyone who has them, but they come highly recommended. I am wondering if anyone here has them or has heard them. None of the shops around here carry them, so I have no listening opportunity. Thanks for the help.
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They are a decent company. They dont really make anything that stands out, but they are ok for the price
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ok i had alumapro achelmyys and i loved those subs to death 300 watts rms for single voice coil man i had them paired with a Xtatt A6001 amp and the knock louder than subs gettin push by more wattage
as for the IDMAXX they were design to compete and exceed with the JL W7 personally i love alumapros but i would get the IDMAXX'*
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I've never heard of them, but that doesn't mean they aren't any good. Just think, you'd be one of, if not the only person in your area to have them.
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well around here there is only 2 dealers 1 is in milwaukee and the other is in chicago
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Thanks for the response. I don't know if I can justify the price of an IDMAX (and neccessary wattage) for what I want my system to do. I think I'm going to try to find two 12" Alchemy MX'* SVC 4ohm. GAMEOVER, is that the same model you used? I want to run them in sealed boxes in parallel off a PPI PCX-1250 with a cap. That would give them at least 250 clean watts apiece, I'm thinking more like 300 knowing PPI... Anyone have other recommendations for the kind of bass I'm looking for?
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yes that the model i had and the same way i ran them in a sealed box you wont regret buying them
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That would give them at least 250 clean watts apiece, I'm thinking more like 300 knowing PPI
Man, I know what you mean about PPI. My amp is old (like, at least 7 years) and abused (not by me though ) and it still pounds like you wouldn't believe.
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I purchase a BP 12, you should really look into these. Go to there website. I was running it off of my 4 channel amp with about 300watts and it hits really really hard, for a sub like that. Its even gotten great reviews in a few of the audio mags as well.
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whats a bp???
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