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One is half the other one! ;)

Not really what you prefer, as much as what your amp can handle!
 

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Originally posted by poetic_mexican@Sep 19 2007, 12:40 PM~8824970
depends on the amp
exactly! ;)
 

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Originally posted by djbizz1@Sep 19 2007, 06:57 PM~8826580
I change my mind on the speakers too.  I'm gonna roll with 3 12"s (Round CVR kickers )  since I heard it was better for my set up, since I don't have a lot of space in the back of my truck.    It's going on a 56 Truck.  What do you recommend?  Tell me  :biggrin:  :biggrin:
Rockford Fosgate AMP

http://cgi.ebay.com/T10001BD-Rockford-Fosg...1QQcmdZViewItem
Speakers
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Kicker-CVR-...sspagenameZWDVW
2 cvrs ported would probabally be louder than 3 sealed.
 

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You probally want to get two dual 2ohms to wire it at 2 ohms...



Unless you plan to get a ONE ohm stable amp or a powerful amp which supplies enough watts at four ohms...

 

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Originally posted by C_F_C@Sep 19 2007, 07:17 PM~8828262
Perfect and cheap amp...

http://cgi.ebay.com/06-KENWOOD-KAC-9102D-1...1QQcmdZViewItem

cea-06 rated means you getting exactly what it says in watts. 850,,, PERFECT for 2 cvrs

What about the fosgate I that i listed? No good or what? too much power?

So you don't recommend putting 4 12's behind this? Or even 3 12"s?

I want it to pound a little bit... :cool:
 

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Originally posted by djbizz1@Sep 20 2007, 12:31 AM~8830027
What about the fosgate I that i listed?  No good or what?  too much power?

So you don't recommend putting 4 12's behind this?  Or even 3 12"s?

I want it to pound a little bit...  :cool:
i've got 2 12" cvr's in my truck...and they pound a lil bit, move some things that shouldn't move, like the rear window, and the windshield wipers.



unless there's some room behind your seats that i don't see though, i'm almost starting to doubt you'll fit subwoofers like this behind your seats and get the best performance out of them....they have a lil better then 6" of mounting depth, and you'll want at least 2 inches between the cones and the seats
 

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Originally posted by djbizz1@Sep 20 2007, 02:31 AM~8830027
What about the fosgate I that i listed?  No good or what?  too much power?

So you don't recommend putting 4 12's behind this?  Or even 3 12"s?

I want it to pound a little bit...  :cool:
Rockford links broken, put as many as you want, 2 ported will prob be louder than 3 sealed. And unless the sub is 6 ohms getting 3 subs will not give you a even ohm load to ur amp. that really wont matter in ur case IF you get a 1500.1 zx. if you decide to get three cvrs and a 1500.1 you will be getting about 1000 watts to all 3 subs.
 

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Originally posted by djbizz1@Sep 20 2007, 08:15 AM~8831343
my gas tank used to be back there..  :) what amp do you have?  how many watts?
i've got a power acoustik lt1440/2 thats supposedly pushing about 720 rms between the 2 subwoofers(about 360 per sub) and i'd say its pushing pretty close to what its rated at....least it feels like it anyhow. too bad you can't find anymore lt1440/2's.....shoulda bought another one when i had the chance :angry:
 

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Originally posted by draarong2004@Sep 20 2007, 06:19 PM~8834998
i've got a power acoustik lt1440/2 thats supposedly pushing about 720 rms between the 2 subwoofers(about 360 per sub) and i'd say its pushing pretty close to what its rated at....least it feels like it anyhow.  too bad you can't find anymore lt1440/2's.....shoulda bought another one when i had the chance  :angry:
What class is that amp? ab?
 

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Originally posted by draarong2004@Sep 21 2007, 07:34 PM~8843118
i'm pretty sure, its a 2 channel, idk of that many class d 2 channel amps
Then is it a, b or ab?
 

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Originally posted by C_F_C@Sep 21 2007, 07:49 PM~8843815
Then is it a, b or ab?
i'll have to go under the house and look at the box, i litterally installed that amp in the current enclosure its in over a year ago and everythings still alive, thats the second enclosure that amps seen, the first one i put in the truck with the same type of 12's wasn't pretty by any means.....particle board ftl.

haven't seen the box in 2 years but i know it's under the crawlspace safe and sound. and i can't find any info on wheater it is an a, b, or ab amp....unless my google skills have gone downhill since the last time i was really at it finding info(like over 8 months ago, work finally slowed down from 12.5 hours a day 7 days a week, worked that shit for 7 months straight)
 
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