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    RE SE vs. SX

    i got a PA2000D amp and a slot vented daul 12" box for my trunk.. would their be much any difference between gettin two 12" se or two 12" sx? two sx's are about $100 more then two se's..

    not sure if i should go with the se's and save some money.. or get the sx's and be any louder?







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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    depends on the volume of the box
    (specs?)




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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    well the type of enclosure is gonna be a slot vented box either way. depending on which subs i get (se or sx) then ill figure out the cu.ft of the box will be




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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    SE's are plenty for a daily/music car

    Depends how fast you wanna go deaf



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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    SE's would be better since one SX could take that amp all by itself.



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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    alright so if i get the 2 12"se's over the sx's, i would be in the $350 price range... well Two 12" kicker l7's also $350,

    so what subs would be better (louder) on a PA2000D.. 2 12" se's or 2 12" l7's?




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    Re: RE SE vs. SX

    you can get 2 RE SE 12's cheaper here:
    http://forum.sounddomain.com/ubbthre.../2#Post1259213



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