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    sundown e8's or rf p3s

    i have a single cab truck and im limited on space. i have a sundown saz 1500 and im either going to get 4 rockford fosgate P3 slims (12's) which have more cone area than getting 7 sundown e8's. but i donno which would be louder since the e8's are not shallow mount woofers. and this will be going in a sealed box due to having no room. someone please help.

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    Re: sundown e8's or rf p3s

    The regular P3's get loud. I installed a pair of 12D2's in an Integra in a 3.5 cubed box tuned to 40... and off only 1K watts it hit hard... not tthat hard... but it sounded like *** IMO.
    I'd get the E8's.



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    Re: sundown e8's or rf p3s

    i like the way the rf slims sound. i have 2 right now. so i could either sell them and get all new subs or just buy two more. i dont really care about sq. i just wanna get as loud as possible without doing a blow through



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    sub stage amp- Sundown SAZ 1500
    front stage-stock for now
    front stage amp-none for now
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    optima red top
    Kinetic HC2400
    stock alt(temp)
    Big 3 1/0
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    Re: sundown e8's or rf p3s

    Then get the P3's.



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    Re: sundown e8's or rf p3s

    Sell the P3's and buy a pair of Mach 5 IXL 10'' and a Kicker zx1500. They are dual 2 ohm so you'll need an amp that does power at 2 ohms, which is why I suggest the Kicker. The IXLs only need .8cubes ported per sub.

    Or you can pick up a pair of DD 1508s and run them off the Sundown. That would be a fun setup too.



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