Re: Looking for 10" Sub with Small Enclosure and Little Power
The enclosure requirements for the Rl-i are tiny, but if you are that limited on space, just getting the driver itself into the space you have to work with might be impossible. The basket and motor structure on that beast are HUGE.
What about the Eclipse and the JL disappointed you? The SQ, the output, both? If the output is the problem, I think that you are going to be SOL. You will be hard pressed to get a ton of output from any sub that will work in that tiny amount of space, regardless of how much power you give it. If SQ is the problem, you might want to look at an 8. There are several 8's out there that can work wih that amount of space and don't need much power.
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