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    good beefy 10"

    still looking for a good strong beef 10" that will get loooow and sound good a mixture of SQ and SPL i can deal with less SPL if the bass is there just hitting constantly and shakin everything ya know what im talking bout i would also go for a 12 with the same characteristics that doesnt need alot of space because its goin in a reg cab Sierra already have a 10" Pioneer TS-W2504SPL but i want a better sub, all makes welcomed.and dont ask ques. about amp or electrical all of that is or will be taken care of
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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    i dont think anyone has had the chance to try both of them yet.



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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    q Q Qqq





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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    Get the TC because it's something new.



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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    for get the title i dont want to compare just those 2, i want to know your opinions on all brands of subs




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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    the q will be better overall






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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    Quote Originally Posted by zpeedyrosalez View Post
    the q will be better overall
    don't listen to this noob he has never heard either of them




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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    Wow, he's been on the forum for a whole day and he's already giving people advice. I hope it's just some bored member who made up a fake account for fun.



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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hintzyboy View Post
    Wow, he's been on the forum for a whole day and he's already giving people advice. I hope it's just some bored member who made up a fake account for fun.
    he has been a member less then 24 hours and already made 50 dumb *** posts




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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    I just ordered the Fi q 10 . Still waiting for the fi q at the moment. The tc-oem 10 looks **** and requires a pretty **** small box for being ported. That should be a big + especially when your putting it in a truck. I say tc-oem 10 ftw and it uses a tc9 motor which is a low end monster.



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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

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    I just ordered the Fi q 10 . Still waiting for the fi q at the moment. The tc-oem 10 looks **** and requires a pretty **** small box for being ported. That should be a big + especially when your putting it in a truck. I say tc-oem 10 ftw and it uses a tc9 motor which is a low end monster.
    People seem to be under the impression that the specs listed on the TC10 OEM page are for a normal ported box. WRONG, you must use a TC Passive Radiator for that small of a box.



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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hintzyboy View Post
    People seem to be under the impression that the specs listed on the TC10 OEM page are for a normal ported box. WRONG, you must use a TC Passive Radiator for that small of a box.


    so you'll need a bigger box for the TC if you dont have the
    TC Passive Radiator<--whatever that is




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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    yup you'll need some passive radiators and not your normal slot port box but why not slap it in the optimal sealed rec. box and give it a good amount of watts. Saw one these oems at the sd meet and I can say that it is one unique cone. Imo that the fi q is a hardpress speaker also, great low end in sealeds.
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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    looking to put use a ported box have had ported before and i liked it better

    just so you i took out the middle seat that was there and left the buckets im on my fourth box and sub dimensions W 15.5x H 15x L30 H and L could go up 3 more inches




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    Re: TC-10 OEM or FI Q?

    then fi q will be your answer for port unless you going pr's



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