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    Size of box?

    For 2 12" kicker comp vrs sealed behind f150 single cab seat







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    check teh kicker website, if you lazy i m lazy too

    it would prob be somewhere around 1cu feet for each chamber



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    Says 1 - 4.6 cu ft per sub. But how do i tell what i need. Whats the size matter. I can put 2 12" subs behind seat. sould i go with 2 or what. Any sub recomendations?




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    Originally posted by MaDroX420
    Says 1 - 4.6 cu ft per sub. But how do i tell what i need. Whats the size matter. I can put 2 12" subs behind seat. sould i go with 2 or what. Any sub recomendations?
    Did you get the subs yet? If not, how much $$$ you got to work with, and you need an amp too, right?

    Also, what are the dimensions in your truck that you have to work with for a box?

    for subs, I suggest Adire Audio Shiva's, www.adireaudio.com, ED K series, www.edesignaudio.com...both subs can perform excellent in small enclosures.





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    dunno i have right now about 400-600 us dollars. id have to go measure it buts its a single cab f150 98. thinking either jbl 600 or 1200 depending on subs




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    Originally posted by MaDroX420
    dunno i have right now about 400-600 us dollars. id have to go measure it buts its a single cab f150 98. thinking either jbl 600 or 1200 depending on subs
    Get the 1200.1 and 2 12" ED K's





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    kinda wanted to go with kicker tho. whats the diffrence between the sizes of the box. Sound wize?




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    Originally posted by MaDroX420
    kinda wanted to go with kicker tho. whats the diffrence between the sizes of the box. Sound wize?
    A larger sealed box will allow for deeper bass...but you don't want to go too large...the K's will outperform the Kickers all day...





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    yea but ive heard Comp vrs before and i taught they sounded good enought to go in my daily driver is all




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    Originally posted by MaDroX420
    yea but ive heard Comp vrs before and i taught they sounded good enought to go in my daily driver is all
    Well, if you heard em and like em, go for it. I'd give em at least 1.5 cu ft per sub.





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    yea thats what i was thinking i just got to make sure i can fit it behind my seat.




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