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    One JL 10W6

    AHHH.. well.. i'm not a lover of trunk rattling extreme bass action.. HOWEVER... i do like.. "just enough" umph in my bass.. so.. i purchased ONE JL audio.. 10W6.. and now.. i have to decide on whether to get a ported.. or sealed box.. ALSO.. which amp is BEST for just one of these subs?... I don't know much about amps... so I would greatly appreciate an honest opinion~.. from what i've read.. the JL 500/1 is good?.. please leave a response.. thanks!







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    i've heard that the JL 250/1 is good to power the 10W6... but not too sure or definite... anyone else got input on this?




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    For just 1 w6 10
    Why not just go with a sealed box, honestly you'll have the space to make a quality ported box, but its a lot of work.

    the 250.1 by JL will be perfect, because a lot of peps run 2 w3's on a 500x1
    eventhough they can handel a lot more

    I think a 250 wil be fine




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