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    crossfire p112

    how are these subs?? do they sound good? do they get loud? can they 250 rms?



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    Re: crossfire p112

    loud is relative, sounding good is more reliant on the install and box design. yes they can handle that power



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    Re: crossfire p112

    there gonna be sealed off 250rms.. what are some subs they compare to?



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    Re: crossfire p112

    why? you thinking of buying some? nobody really uses those around here. this is more of an spl big power crowd



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    Re: crossfire p112

    ohh i know.. im found a guy that will trade me those crossfires for a pair of q powers



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    Re: crossfire p112

    I don't perceive much difference in performance between the 2



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    Re: crossfire p112

    oh ok.. i just figured the crossfire would do a little better than the q powers..



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    Re: crossfire p112

    same size subs receiving the same amount of power in the same box usually doesn't show much if any difference in performance



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    Re: crossfire p112

    well the q powers are 15's but they wont fit in my trunk.. also there single 8 ohm so they wouldnt be getting as much power.



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    Re: crossfire p112

    more surface area usually beats having more power with such low-power applications so stick with the 15s



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    Re: crossfire p112

    i cant fit them.. i drive a 92 cavalier.. trunk is tiny



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    Re: crossfire p112

    yes you can. you're not trying hard enough. try going through the backseat



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    Re: crossfire p112

    my backseat dont fold down.. ive pulled it down but there is a metal bar in the middle for support



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    Re: crossfire p112

    my friend cut that bar to get his box in. if you aren't to that level then trade the 15s off



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    Re: crossfire p112

    i dont have the tools... my dad does but he lives in indiana



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