ok a couple of quick questions... ( I am new at this, but learning fast..)
1. innie or outtie? what is the difference in the way the sub is mounted, in a box/enclosure, I mean weather it faces in or faces out?
2. How do you calculate the amount of RMS wattage needed in an amp to drive your subs? Do you add all the constant rms of your sub togather?, like if I have 4
1000 watt rms/max 2000 watt subs would I need 2x 2000 watt rms amps to drive them?
3. I know everyone has a favorite speaker/sub line. I am building up a '85 Dodge Ramcharger for myself/wife/son/show and will be installing subs, amps, receiver, dvd monitors and vcr/dvd players. I know a few guys go for pure power, I respect that, but I want it all. A complete package. I want power and clear sound. I have chosen a line I have heard good and bad about, but what company doesn't get bad reviews? I am going with Lanzars. I already have thier 6 1/2", 4" and boss tweeters. I know thier not top of the line but I am buying what I like and what looks good. They are from the heritage line. Really cool looking, nice grills.. ect...
Now I plan to run 2 pairs of thier 1000 watt rms/ 2000 watt max subs. I was wondering would a ported box with seperate ported chambers for each sub hit harder or a single elclosure with 2 subs facing in and 2 facing out?
Any helpful info greatly appreciated.