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Garrow215
08-17-2013, 01:30 PM
Been out of audio for a while, but like the title says; I'm looking for something for my new winter vehicle, so I don't want to spend too much. It's an '03 Dakota quad cab, so I want something maybe 500-600 watts rms. Thanks, guys!

jfroghobo
08-17-2013, 05:23 PM
Got a Fi ssd 10

winkychevelle
08-17-2013, 05:43 PM
im gonna sound crazy but a comp 10 in 1.2cubes sealed sounds great in trucks. these **** dakota quad cabs **** for getting bass unless you rip out the back seat

Garrow215
08-17-2013, 06:06 PM
Yeah, I've never actually had a truck before so this is a little new, haha. How much on that SSD? Right now I have a line on buying my old Mag v1 Claw back so I might rock that out unless something comes up that I can't pass by.

winkychevelle
08-17-2013, 06:24 PM
yea used will be ur best bet i just messed around and bought a pair of comps off of a friend in need and ended up putting them in my truck for a while and they shocked the hell out of me but the box was twice as big as a typical ten and after a quick call to kicker they explained that most of their sub like huge boxes thus why the comp played so well in the truck. plus being a down firing box it loaded off the floor further boosting the low low frequencies

Nutdawg651
08-18-2013, 12:17 AM
Been out of audio for a while, but like the title says; I'm looking for something for my new winter vehicle, so I don't want to spend too much. It's an '03 Dakota quad cab, so I want something maybe 500-600 watts rms. Thanks, guys!

SDC2.0 (Street Duty 2.0) Series Subwoofers (http://www.soundqubed.com/SDC-20-Series-Subwoofers_c_15.html)
Bam $70 and there beast

fatisbac
08-18-2013, 05:05 PM
Best you will do hands down is an 8" sundown sa8 v2, look it up. Only needs to net 1 cube and 500-600 will make it move. They can take a lot more. Im running my 2 at 2400rms and its tuned at 36hrz. They have the best frequency range around the tuning (like 10-15hrz on either side of the tuning) and the drop off is only about 3 db's