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    4 12" re re

    i finally came down to the system i want. im going with 4 12" re re in a isobaric box. the recommended watts per sub is 175. has anyone ever powered them to lets say 250 or around there? i wanted to see if i could possiblely run 1000 watts with all 4.







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    Re: 4 12" re re

    400 on my 10... It took it like a champ...



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    Re: 4 12" re re

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    400 on my 10... It took it like a champ...
    Each? wow.....



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    Re: 4 12" re re

    I have my SR 10" rated at 300w on 500w, been strong for over a year now




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    Re: 4 12" re re

    yea you shouldnt have any problems




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    Re: 4 12" re re

    so what do you guys think the highest i should push my subs? im upgrading from 1 rd classic 12" so obvious i want my new setup to be louder




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    Re: 4 12" re re

    keep it simple. 4 12's will get loud even on minimal wattage due to cone area. 150 per sub will still get fairly loud. dont over do it.



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    Re: 4 12" re re

    yea. i would stick around the 150 to 200 area.




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    Re: 4 12" re re

    Quote Originally Posted by warriorlax45 View Post
    i finally came down to the system i want. im going with 4 12" re re in a isobaric box. the recommended watts per sub is 175. has anyone ever powered them to lets say 250 or around there? i wanted to see if i could possiblely run 1000 watts with all 4.
    If you mean SEs, you can run 600 a piece no problem man.




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    Re: 4 12" re re

    nah i got 4 RE's and i know that more cone area is king. but right now ill be running 4 off of 500 watts for the time being. im upgrading soon as soon as i get next paycheck




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