View Full Version : ###4 -10in subs in X-cab Chevy/98model

11-21-2011, 03:16 PM
Opinions of the Angle/Location of 4- 1000 rms 10s in a Xcab 98 Chevy..
2 firing up in each corner, and 2 firing foward at each ft seat?
4 firing upward in a row
2 firing up on each end,
4 firing foward?
All will be in theyre own chamber at 1.6 cu ft, ported with either 3/4 MDF of 1in, or using Birch.
Subs being Used are: Audiobahn AW1008t 10in. 2ohm DVC 1000rms/2000pk on 1 mono block each set at 2ohms. Suggestions?
Id like to make my decision by the end of the day with everyones Input..Thanks:respekt:

11-21-2011, 03:19 PM
4 upward seems to be the most popular that ive seen at shows .

11-21-2011, 03:19 PM
in my 94 x cab i had 2 15s and the best sounding and loudest was sub back and port back imo, but yours might be different

11-21-2011, 03:29 PM
Ya 2 of them sounde decent firing backwards, with port at back as well believe it or not.Even upwards with ports up, sounds just as good, but ..Curious as to who may know what 4 will sound like.I havent been to a car show for years, and havent you tubed anything up,.Firing upward will be an option Tony..Thanks , and pimpala22.The cab at the rear will be sealed off with 1/2 in Ply/of MDF for rattle free/acoustical reflection rather than the deading of dyno matt..I want the sound to reflect from the rear forward,and solid..If that makes any sense??

11-21-2011, 04:48 PM
so ur going to put a piece of wood so it dosent fire off the metal right? and i think maybee subs up and port back would sound good too...

11-21-2011, 04:49 PM
sub up port sides got loud in a ranger

11-22-2011, 02:07 AM
That seems to be the majority at this time, and I believe that this is what I will go with, as the day is over, and all the recommendations I have recieved! Thank you for the input, and appreciate your time:D...Thanks guys!