Re: What is a light weight sub that can handle a good chunk of power?
Keep in mind that's the one designed to run at .5 ohm. regardless of if it's the .5, the 1, or the 2 though, they all run in the high 80's for efficiency at maximum output. 87% IIRC. Plus, Hand assembled in the USA, top notch components, and tiny footprint.
Originally Posted by Gbob2003
Also, look on eBay if you're open to used. They have various models that put out 1500-1800w as well. And you could get one of those for $300 or less probably.
2009 Hyundai Elantra - Budget Sound in Progress
HU- Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X994
Fronts- Crescendo MP6 mids, Vifa Ring Radiator tweets on Arc KS300.4
Subs- Single SA-10 on Mmats 2000.1 @ 1ohm
Misc- 1/0 CCA from AT, Big 3 in Stinger HPM, and AT 60 mil deadener
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