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Potent Domain
06-28-2012, 11:12 PM
Pair of Boston Acoustics G510-44 DVC




Item(s)Has minor cosmetic wear, but overall LIKE NEW. LIGHTLY used for about 2 years.




$350


Buyer pays shipping




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kramer_212
06-28-2012, 11:19 PM
Lololololz

audiobaun
06-28-2012, 11:22 PM
:omg: What are the specs on those bad boys???

Potent Domain
06-28-2012, 11:26 PM
THESE ARE THE Boston Acoustics G510-44 DVC TO BE EXACT.

•10" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils
•copolymer woofer cone with foam surround
•RadialVent cooling for increased power handling
•SPS™ (Soft Part System) allows quick field repairs
•compatible with Boston's GTR TunableRadiators™
•power range: 100-450 watts RMS (225 per voice coil)
•frequency response: 24-350 Hz
•sensitivity: 92 dB
•mounting depth: 6-11/16"

audiobaun
06-28-2012, 11:28 PM
Sweet..GLWS..:)

Why So Cereal?
06-28-2012, 11:29 PM
I was excited for a quick second....

shadow
06-29-2012, 12:07 AM
This >
I was excited for a quick second....
GL

Bostonjlguy
06-29-2012, 12:15 AM
I had a g5 12 in a Boston G tuned ported box. It was actually really loud considering the weak power rating. They really can't handle much more than rated. The problem here is homeboys price. He needs to sell these for about $300 for both. The 12's were only 400 new. I bet they get pretty loud. Especially in the right box.

shpatb
06-29-2012, 12:15 AM
He doesn't understand how cheap people are on CA...

Bostonjlguy
06-29-2012, 12:15 AM
Pair of Boston Acoustics G510-44 DVC




Item(s)Has minor cosmetic wear, but overall LIKE NEW. LIGHTLY used for about 2 years.




$800


Buyer pays shipping




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I would give you $300 for the pair shipped!

infamous_e46
06-29-2012, 12:54 AM
He doesn't understand how cheap people are on CA...

Or what a fellow boston nut hugger thinks theyre worth

Kangaroux
06-29-2012, 12:59 AM
He doesn't understand how cheap people are on CA...

Crutchfield prices them at $350 new per

Boston Acoustics G510-44 DVC 10" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils at Crutchfield.com (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-BGPIUL8ThTm/p_065G51044/Boston-Acoustics-G510-44-DVC.html)

shpatb
06-29-2012, 01:06 AM
Or what a fellow boston nut hugger thinks theyre worth
I take that comment personally! haha

infamous_e46
06-29-2012, 07:38 AM
I take that comment personally! haha

I just scored a new in box g2 15 for 65 shipped i might order another and run them infinite baffle

Paulspikey
06-29-2012, 09:25 AM
There is a pawn shop in my town right now selling those exact woofers in a ported box for 250. If these sell for 800 Im going to buy them that day.

Potent Domain
06-30-2012, 07:03 PM
Price drop !!

$500 for both subs, buyer pays shipping!

DoesDad
06-30-2012, 07:07 PM
Price drop !!

$500 for both subs, buyer pays shipping!

Now you might get somewhere! Glws....

Bostonjlguy
06-30-2012, 10:39 PM
Still needs to come down more. $500 is too much! Crutchfield prices the pair at $700 new. These are used and crutchfield is expensive as hell. See what they go for on other audio sites.

kushy_dreams
07-01-2012, 11:57 PM
As a fellow g5 12 owner, 500 would be reasonable (though a little steep) if they were in mint cond. To the guy who said they don't handle more than rated, you are an idiot, the g5 12s will easily handle 1k of clean power, I'm giving mine 700 ea before rise and I have run a single on over 900rms before rise. The retail prices you guys are seeing are what was left after retailers liquidated stock when the product was discontinued. The 12s used to have an original msrp of $449.99. Then shortly after the G5 was released, Boston released the SPG555 which retailed for $499.99.

Potent Domain
07-03-2012, 04:42 PM
Price drop!

$450 plus shipping for both!!

Bostonjlguy
07-03-2012, 05:53 PM
As a fellow g5 12 owner, 500 would be reasonable (though a little steep) if they were in mint cond. To the guy who said they don't handle more than rated, you are an idiot, the g5 12s will easily handle 1k of clean power, I'm giving mine 700 ea before rise and I have run a single on over 900rms before rise. The retail prices you guys are seeing are what was left after retailers liquidated stock when the product was discontinued. The 12s used to have an original msrp of $449.99. Then shortly after the G5 was released, Boston released the SPG555 which retailed for $499.99.

You probably think your pushing that power to them, but is your power supply maintaining 14.4 V? I doubt it unless you swapped out your altenator and added Batteries. The G5's Retailed at 399.99 for a 12. My friend owns a stereo shop and was a boston Dealer until they stopped manufacturing. They do not handle much over their recomended rms. I burned out a 12 with an amp that was only pushing 600 watts rms and I used a dmm to set the input sensitivity.

kushy_dreams
07-03-2012, 06:34 PM
So if you blew the sub on 600rms, that is most likely before rise, so you blew it on far less power after imp rise.

The 900 before rise was on 13.8-13.9v, so yes it was on pretty solid elec. I have been beating the crap out of my g5s for 3 years now, no saggy spiders and I only get coil smell when my voltage drops on long demos and the amp clips. If you cooked a G5 on < 600rms, you were doing something terribly wrong. Do you want to know how I know this, because normally when you overdrive the voice coils, the fuses will blow, since your fuses didn't blow, you were most likely sending it a clipped signal which slowly built up heat and killed the coil.

I even run my G5s in a box bigger than recommended and have had 0 issues of any sort. I have run 600rms before rise to a g1 12 and it took it no prob, no smelling no nothing, and those are rated for only 200rms, but occasionally I would blow the safety fuse.

This is the last post I will do in this guy's thread, but before I go, I will say that Boston subs are really under rated when it comes to power handling, I speak from real world experience with hours upon hours of testing and building and rebuilding and more testing. How much time do you have testing BA subs and building boxes for them? My guess is none and its obvious in your replys.

glws op

Phoenix Risen
07-03-2012, 06:39 PM
You probably think your pushing that power to them, but is your power supply maintaining 14.4 V? I doubt it unless you swapped out your altenator and added Batteries. The G5's Retailed at 399.99 for a 12. My friend owns a stereo shop and was a boston Dealer until they stopped manufacturing. They do not handle much over their recomended rms. I burned out a 12 with an amp that was only pushing 600 watts rms and I used a dmm to set the input sensitivity.


So if you blew the sub on 600rms, that is most likely before rise, so you blew it on far less power after imp rise.

The 900 before rise was on 13.8-13.9v, so yes it was on pretty solid elec. I have been beating the crap out of my g5s for 3 years now, no saggy spiders and I only get coil smell when my voltage drops on long demos and the amp clips. If you cooked a G5 on < 600rms, you were doing something terribly wrong. Do you want to know how I know this, because normally when you overdrive the voice coils, the fuses will blow, since your fuses didn't blow, you were most likely sending it a clipped signal which slowly built up heat and killed the coil.

I even run my G5s in a box bigger than recommended and have had 0 issues of any sort. I have run 600rms before rise to a g1 12 and it took it no prob, no smelling no nothing, and those are rated for only 200rms, but occasionally I would blow the safety fuse.

This is the last post I will do in this guy's thread, but before I go, I will say that Boston subs are really under rated when it comes to power handling, I speak from real world experience with hours upon hours of testing and building and rebuilding and more testing. How much time do you have testing BA subs and building boxes for them? My guess is none and its obvious in your replys.

glws op

shake your ***** this pissing contest is over,

op GLWS

Potent Domain
07-05-2012, 09:35 PM
Price drop!

$350 plus shipping

slayyou
01-19-2013, 01:08 PM
still for sale?