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    Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Well I'm looking at a Mustang, and this is going to seem stupid but I'm going to post it anyways.

    I'm considering a new option, knowing what I am going to get, hands down now.

    I have been considering either a SX 15 ported or a Sonic FX Q series 12 ported, but I'm thinking of new things.

    My question to you is

    Considering my amp is an Orion 1200d, which do you think would get louder?

    If I take out the spare tire I can do either setup, keep this in mind please.

    6 DVC 4ohm 10" Kicker Comp VR's

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    Single 15" AA hAvoc with 1200w to her tuned to 32 hz


    The CVR's would get 200rms per sub and the hAvoc would get 1200, do you think the CVR's would get consideribly louder? Keep in mind they're about the same price, because I wont be picking them up before AA's presale is over. Also, would 6 subs cause cancellation if they were all facing upwards like that?

    Maybe you see it as stupid, and if so you're welcome to say it just dont call me an idiot :-)

    Ideas, opinions? The 15" hAvoc would be in approximately 3.5^ft, the 6 10's would be in 6^ft sealed box(will be fun to make)



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    I'd do 2 12"s personally...... I guess it IS possible to get 6 10"s in a Mustang but thats a chore I wouldn't want to take up. As it is the one 10" I have uses a ton of my trunk up.



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    You have a Mustang bro?



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Yes, yes I do



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Ewww, care to talk Ford MooseStang on AIM? BigBoyGrubbs = My name, if so

    Anyone else have an opinion? Like 6 people looking at the thread ATM.



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Most we've done in the trunk of a mustink was 6 10's in an isovent. That was a convertible though. The 6 10's, if constructed correctly will definitely beat out that single 15" subwoofer on 1200w. The low note comparison will certainly be a tad more retarded.



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Dont konw what to do



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    One 12 in the proper ported box is your best bet... mustang trunks are the devil, you really can't fit anything in a decent box.




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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    i personally like 1 nice sub.... you say " yea i got a couple cheap 12"s in the back" then you open the trunk, you have one




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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Quote Originally Posted by flakko
    i personally like 1 nice sub.... you say " yea i got a couple cheap 12"s in the back" then you open the trunk, you have one
    how about the one 12 that sounds like 2 15's

    On a side note, the tin can mustang isn't really a loud car.




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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    I happen to like Mustangs, biotch :smack: lol

    It's all Good

    I wonder if I could lose the spare tire and get enough room for a single ported 18 firing upward? *thinks*



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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterGrubbs
    I happen to like Mustangs, biotch :smack: lol

    It's all Good

    I wonder if I could lose the spare tire and get enough room for a single ported 18 firing upward? *thinks*
    18 in a mustang... no




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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterGrubbs
    I wonder if I could lose the spare tire and get enough room for a single ported 18 firing upward? *thinks*
    good luck w/ that one..




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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterGrubbs
    I happen to like Mustangs, biotch :smack: lol

    It's all Good

    I wonder if I could lose the spare tire and get enough room for a single ported 18 firing upward? *thinks*
    not gonna happen...i cant even get my 18 in my grand am and my trunk is bigger than a mustangs.




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    Re: Multiple Subs vs Single Sub setup

    Hey

    I was being hopeful ****it lol

    Hrmmmm

    Take out spare tire and do a ported 15? :-)



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