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    Whats The Difference Between Competition Subs And Reg Subs?

    I REALLY DONT UNDESTAND?







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    Re: Whats The Difference Between Competition Subs And Reg Subs?

    Originally posted by FLEX4U18
    I REALLY DONT UNDESTAND?
    I don't really see a diff...

    I've always thought (and still do) that DD 9515 were no daily driver subs. Steve uses it as a daily driver.

    Also, comps, SPL subs might be a bit crazy, doing 2000~3000W, and much higer numbers at times.

    SQ? I think these can be used as a daily driver, no prob



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    Originally posted by Jmac
    Competition subs are built to handle lots of power and, basically, to get as loud as possible with no/little concern for sound quality ...


    meaning they could sound like ****, but as long as it hits big numbres who cares. usu u dont play them for long, esp w burps.



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