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Old 04-14-2005, 03:17 PM   #11
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whats the difference between a 6x9" woofer and a 6x9" coaxial? the tweeter

a woofer will go no lower than a coaxial. its a gimmick


a pair of 10" subs in the rear deck would be nice, and all you would need is 130W rms for each sub for them to reach maximum excursion. no cutting or boxes either. just make a baffel out of 3/4" MDF and mount it to the deck


check out elite car audio forum, they have the best IB threads out there
Who said anything about 130w rms? Each sub is different...

subs in the rear deck would need to be free air subs. They use the trunk as an enclosure basically.... A decent setup in a decent box will be fine though..
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i was just estimating, it does vary from sub to sub

besides, i would think he wants to use a good sub or two
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I know a kid who has a 10" free-air sub on his rear deck along with two more 10"* in his trunk. Sounds really nice too.
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the subs I had were free air but I boxed them.
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the subs I had were free air but I boxed them.
How did that work out?
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Subwoofer Specifications

* Size: 10 inch
* Rec. Sealed Box Dims: 0.75 cu.ft.
* Rec. Ported Box Dims: 1.50 cu.ft.
* Free Air Usage: yes
* Sensitivity: 91.1 dB
* Frequency Response: 35-150 Hz
* Recommended RMS Power: 200W
* Peak Power Handling: 400W
* Impedance: 4 ohms subwoofer wiring options
I guess it can be both. I build .75 cubic ft boxes but the specs say it can free air.
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Subwoofer Specifications

* Size: 10 inch
* Rec. Sealed Box Dims: 0.75 cu.ft.
* Rec. Ported Box Dims: 1.50 cu.ft.
* Free Air Usage: yes
* Sensitivity: 91.1 dB
* Frequency Response: 35-150 Hz
* Recommended RMS Power: 200W
* Peak Power Handling: 400W
* Impedance: 4 ohms subwoofer wiring options
I guess it can be both. I build .75 cubic ft boxes but the specs say it can free air.
Wow, that'* cool.
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if you are looking for cheap half way decent bass those will work...but if you want really high quality music along the whole low frequency range then I would reccomend something better.
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Subwoofer Specifications

* Size: 10 inch
* Rec. Sealed Box Dims: 0.75 cu.ft.
* Rec. Ported Box Dims: 1.50 cu.ft.
* Free Air Usage: yes
* Sensitivity: 91.1 dB
* Frequency Response: 35-150 Hz
* Recommended RMS Power: 200W
* Peak Power Handling: 400W
* Impedance: 4 ohms subwoofer wiring options
I guess it can be both. I build .75 cubic ft boxes but the specs say it can free air.
what kind of "subwoofer" is that? it doesnt even play under 35hz. thats horrible
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