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    15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    i am getting a 15" re MT sub,and want to build a street box for it,right now i have 2 12" (sub up-port back)sounds god but i want to try 1 15",the car is a Jeep cherokee
    mi first idea is 4.5cuft 65sqin of port tuned to 32hz runned by 2400RMS amp.
    any one has something similar on your cars that worked the best for street pounder??


    music to be played on that box "bass songs and hip-hop"







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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    my brother is running 2 mt 15s in a blazer of a bamf 5500 and the box is tuned to 32 t 8 cuft it sound very good for daily moves the sh*t out of everything




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    I have a 15 with mt motor in my car. Box is about 4cuft with a 6" aero at 32hz. Im pretty happy with it.



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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    I can get a 18 mt for 200$ local. I'm interrested, but most of you seems to say that it's a spl only sub and it sound like ****. What's up with that?




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    thanks guys,any one with 1 15" on SUV,


    bump for more options.




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    MT's can sound fine for daily.

    Abel has run some loud/low daily set ups with MT's, so maybe he'll chime in...




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Best firing direction for 2 12's that we found in a Cherokee is subs up port side.




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Sub back port side

    /thread.


    I never like MTs the one time I messed with them for daily.

    Maybe just my app



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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Quote Originally Posted by Skip01 View Post
    Sub back port side

    /thread.


    I never like MTs the one time I messed with them for daily.

    Maybe just my app
    That was our second best firing position.




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Quote Originally Posted by Skip01 View Post
    Sub back port side

    /thread.


    I never like MTs the one time I messed with them for daily.

    Maybe just my app
    why? sloppy? not getting low enough?




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Loud ≠ Bad SQ




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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Quote Originally Posted by pd8731 View Post
    Loud ≠ Bad SQ
    what about turning the knob on the remote gain/equalizer/deck







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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Quote Originally Posted by Xprime4 View Post
    why? sloppy? not getting low enough?
    Id say they get pretty low, mine shakes everything in my car on the 30hz songs. Maybe he just didnt mess around with enough boxes to find one he liked.



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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Yeh we had it in 3.5cu maybe 35hz with 3 4in aeros.

    Same box we had a 15 SX in and I liked that one a lot.

    Idk, I just didn't care for how it sounded, like more mechanical to me.

    The SX was amazing though.



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    Re: 15" Re Mt Street Sub Box

    Quote Originally Posted by Skip01 View Post
    Yeh we had it in 3.5cu maybe 35hz with 3 4in aeros.

    Same box we had a 15 SX in and I liked that one a lot.

    Idk, I just didn't care for how it sounded, like more mechanical to me.

    The SX was amazing though.

    I liked my mt alot more than my sx, and xxx. The mt could handle the abuse a little better.



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