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    pick my HT sub

    ok, here is what i currently have going for my HT system. 4- DA175-8 7'' woofers (2 per side) and a pair of DC28FS-8 1 1/8'' silk dome tweeters (1 per side) and a panasonic sa-ak520 running everything for now. i have 3 options for a sub, all would be in a sealed box down firing. (sp?) my options are...
    OZ ME15.4 in 1.25cubes
    OZ ME10.2 in .8cubes
    or, a 10'' TC-7 / RE hybrid with D2 coils in 1cube.

    most likely the amp of choice would be a american audio vlp 600 as i can get them at a decent price. my overall goal is mostly for movies, and once in a blue moon music.



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    Amps- Sundown Audio SAZ-1500D
    Substage- Single 12" Sundown X12 Prototype
    Box- 1.75ft^3 Sealed


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    Re: pick my HT sub

    get the dayton powered sub from partsexpress

    it is a bit boomy but it sounds much better than most

    and for about 200 bucks its a great deal

    it shakes my house and souns good doing it




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    Re: pick my HT sub

    woot for poll being up.



    Car- Nissan Sentra Spec-V
    HU- Kenwood Excelon XXV-01D
    Front stage- Stock for now
    Amps- Sundown Audio SAZ-1500D
    Substage- Single 12" Sundown X12 Prototype
    Box- 1.75ft^3 Sealed


    "Watch the ***** flying twards you, i'm not kidding."
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    nope, he wasn't kidding! lawl

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    Re: pick my HT sub

    Quote Originally Posted by blazeplacid View Post
    get the dayton powered sub from partsexpress

    it is a bit boomy but it sounds much better than most

    and for about 200 bucks its a great deal

    it shakes my house and souns good doing it
    i would, but these are subs i allready have.



    Car- Nissan Sentra Spec-V
    HU- Kenwood Excelon XXV-01D
    Front stage- Stock for now
    Amps- Sundown Audio SAZ-1500D
    Substage- Single 12" Sundown X12 Prototype
    Box- 1.75ft^3 Sealed


    "Watch the ***** flying twards you, i'm not kidding."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWm0C5zxVPw

    nope, he wasn't kidding! lawl

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    Re: pick my HT sub

    no other guru's in this field care to comment?



    Car- Nissan Sentra Spec-V
    HU- Kenwood Excelon XXV-01D
    Front stage- Stock for now
    Amps- Sundown Audio SAZ-1500D
    Substage- Single 12" Sundown X12 Prototype
    Box- 1.75ft^3 Sealed


    "Watch the ***** flying twards you, i'm not kidding."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWm0C5zxVPw

    nope, he wasn't kidding! lawl

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    Re: pick my HT sub

    NONE in boxes that small for HT at least if you want real impact...

    Sell a few of those subs and get something better for HT.




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    Re: pick my HT sub

    15" tuned low with at least 500 watts




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    Re: pick my HT sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobydoo View Post
    15" tuned low with at least 500 watts
    i was thinking the 15 on 700. i could do 2cubes after doing a little measuring. basicly the box will be incorperated in a nice end table with birch ply-wood.



    Car- Nissan Sentra Spec-V
    HU- Kenwood Excelon XXV-01D
    Front stage- Stock for now
    Amps- Sundown Audio SAZ-1500D
    Substage- Single 12" Sundown X12 Prototype
    Box- 1.75ft^3 Sealed


    "Watch the ***** flying twards you, i'm not kidding."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWm0C5zxVPw

    nope, he wasn't kidding! lawl

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