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    Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Item(s) for Sale:
    Earthquake MAGMA 15" woofers

    2 available

    Item(s) Description/Condition:
    still New in boxes



    Price:

    $150 EACH + shipping


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    + shipping each

    These are the Old School MAGMA 15's, im sure some people out there remember these. Still in the box like received from factory.. One i have had out a few times, whether on display or to show, but neither have ever been installed or seen power at all.. If you remember, these things were over $500 each years ago, and that was big bucks then.. please PM me with any interest or questions..















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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Phenomenal subs for a phenomenal price. Glws.
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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    What type and size of box do these like??



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Nevermind! Just used WinISD and got dayum, they only need 1.5cft...for the pair! Half the size if you wanna go sealed. I think you've got a buyer lol! Didn't think I'd be able to fit a good pair of 15's in the trunk, but it would be impossible NOT to fit 1.5cft in my trunk haha

    PM me and we can work out the details



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    I had a balls back in the days.. Back when EQ was worth a crap.. Great subs



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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Dp ftw...



    RIP Maynard "My heart"

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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Wait a minute, the t/s parameters are different on the magnet boot than what R34p3r posted...Can you shoot me the real t/s parameters? I'm hoping you have access to more than just what's on the magnet lol



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    nice if i had a use id be all over these. especially for the price u really cant beat. ive seen a 12" pair of these take a t1500 set up conservatively for about 1500w and i really dont doubt these could take 1000rms in the proper box of course



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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Quote Originally Posted by Suicide Bobb View Post
    Nevermind! Just used WinISD and got dayum, they only need 1.5cft...for the pair! Half the size if you wanna go sealed. I think you've got a buyer lol! Didn't think I'd be able to fit a good pair of 15's in the trunk, but it would be impossible NOT to fit 1.5cft in my trunk haha

    PM me and we can work out the details
    If thats right hell Ill take one lol




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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Memories.....I had a pair of the DBX's when they first came out, I would say back in '00-'01 in my 87' 4Runner. They were great woofers! I always like there brand. I dont know about the quality they produce now.



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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    the last pair of these i installed was a few years ago in a civic...





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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    the last pair of these i installed was a few years ago in a civic... I had 750 rms (conservative) on each sub then..





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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Quote Originally Posted by mpowered325is View Post
    Memories.....I had a pair of the DBX's when they first came out, I would say back in '00-'01 in my 87' 4Runner. They were great woofers! I always like there brand. I dont know about the quality they produce now.
    these are not current woofers, these are GOOD OLD SCHOOL SUBS!!




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    ^^ someone spent some time glassing that..... If u did great job..



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    Re: Old School Earthquake MAGMA 15's, New

    Quote Originally Posted by disturbed471985 View Post
    ^^ someone spent some time glassing that..... If u did great job..
    oh yeah, all me, had a crap load of man hours in that thing









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