Head Unit: Clarion cz702
Mids/Highs: Front - Image Dynamic CXS
Mids/highs amp: PPi 900.4
Sub: Fi Q 15 ported
Sub amp: MB Quart onx1500.1
to everybody who has givin input and not posted a comment to try and bash me ,thanks, i know its possible to get loud with any size, i was simply saying at 1st glance thats what comes to my mind when i see smaller subs. just was a thought that came to my mind.
-My Current Setup-
Head Unit - Pioneer AVH-P4300
Sub - Audioque HDC4 15 - 4.0 Cu @33hz (Built By @DBeez ; )
Amp - American Bass VFL 500.1 (.5 Ohm)
Front Stage - Stock
Electrical: 2/0, Big 3, 270 Amp DC Powered Alt. Batts: Coming Soon
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I had a old school 1989 VW Jetta GLI 16V with two 15inch Kicker Solo baric subs & a 900 Watt kicker amp and it pounded. I also worked at a large pawnshop and we had loads of car audio that came thru their everything from 6 inch subs to 18 inch subs. It really boils down to the size of the interior, trunk space, the shape of the back glass, how many subs, how powerful the amp is and how well the vehicle was sound damped.
To say that 8inch, 10inch and even 12inch subs are for girls is just not true. Bigger isn't always better and 15inch subs just take up so-much room, they can't play fast beats, they take more power and that taxes the vehicles electrical system. 15inch subs are for that guy that wants to lose all their trunk space. You will wake up and "hear" then see the light at the end of the tunnel and it will be 3 10's pounding so hard you wont even open your trunk or turn your system on because you 15's will sound sloppy & weak.
Last edited by ducatipaso; 10-26-2012 at 12:13 AM. Reason: proof reading
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HU: Home stereo converted to dc
Subs: 6 1/2 home sub
Amp: off the stereo
Wiring: extended power cord
neon lights: Christmas lights duct taped to frame
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Source: Pioneer DEH-80PRS
Front stage: PHD FB6.1 Pro & Vifa XT25BG60-04 on a Kenwood XR-4S
Sub stage: 2 Tantric HD12's on an Autotek MM 4000.1d
Electrical: 310 amp (lol...) Singer Alternator, 2 Wėrker 125ah batteries in back, +/- runs in Monster Cable 1/0