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Old 06-06-2011, 09:00 PM   #1
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Ok so this guy contacted me yesterday... said he had something i might want.... I said "O Yea, What might that be", He said "Soundstream XXX" and i almost chit myself"... even tho i dont have much of a use for it, and like the clean bass of my W7'* over the ungodly bass of SPL subs... but i still wanted it just to say i own one..

So we meet up today..
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15", Quadruple voicecoils, 8500 RMS, will handle close to 20,000 watts max DAILY!!! and it weighs 95 POUNDS!

has a couple bugs i gotta work out
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That'* a monster indeed. A monster fit only for the back of a large Truck/SUV unless you like replacing windows.
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again lol
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Better beef up the rear suspension.
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You know, you could probably make that thing sound pretty good...in 10 cubic feet.
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6 Cubes is where it shines on modest power
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6 Cubes is where it shines on modest power
Oh yeah? What'* the frequency response on that? Even so, 6 cubes is bigger than you could even dream of without putting it in an SUV. I used to love that kind of thing, but it no longer makes sense to me. Nowadays, I model cabin gain as well as frequency response and excursion control to determine box dimensions for optimal SQ. SQL > SPL.
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Soundstream says the max ported box volume is 6 cu ft... however we all know u can go a little bigger, but not much. The guy i got it from had a 6 cu ft box in the back seat of a 1998 Malibu..

I have out ground SPL for the most part, im not gonna run this SS XXX, I like SQ..
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wire that up and use it in your garage
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wow! that weighs almost more than me :o
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