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    12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    Well i am up in thet air about what type of subs I should get. My friend aka Wragold, keeps tell me that I need to get the Alpine's and not the Rockford's. But alot of other ppl are telling me stick with the Rockford's. What ones should I pick?







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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    aaarrrrrrrrgggggghssss




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    both are good drivers




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    Sorry didnt mean to post here. I am moving it.




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    ive got 4 p3' 10'' 4ohm dvc subs and i think they ****!!!!! i have them in a built to spec seald box ran buy a mtx 81000d and they are loud dont get me wrong but i have four sub's sounds like i have 2- or 3. id like to get rid of them.




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    Rs without a doubt




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    R's.



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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    Quote Originally Posted by SethPhillips View Post
    ive got 4 p3' 10'' 4ohm dvc subs and i think they ****!!!!! i have them in a built to spec seald box ran buy a mtx 81000d and they are loud dont get me wrong but i have four sub's sounds like i have 2- or 3. id like to get rid of them.

    Rockford subs **** in sealed enclosures.....

    go with a low tunned ported enclosure and
    they will sound 10X better and the out put
    will almost double

    your only problem is your box




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    Re: 12"Rockford p3 vs. 12"Alpine type R's

    id like to put all 4 in a ported box but one thing is i dont really have the room...
    i have a 95 dodge spirit.

    if i could figure a way to build one i would sooooooo do it!!!!!!!!!!!




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