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    MTX Squares VS l7's

    I just recently saw some of the MTX squares(dont know model# etc) and have been thinking about changing subs from l7's to something else, already have a 2 10'' enclosure so thats why these came to mind. I was just wondering how they compare to l7s, and if their even worth looking into any more than this....
    to be honest they look like hot garbage, im not a fan of the gloss finish at all but if they out perform l7's and i can get em for a descent price, then i might get a pair



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    they kinda ****. compare to L5s more in my opinion.



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    thats kinda what i thought just by looking at them... they looked like it wouldnt take much to blow em



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    Quote Originally Posted by crash9201 View Post
    thats kinda what i thought just by looking at them... they looked like it wouldnt take much to blow em
    How do you judge how much power a sub can handle just by looks? By that logic I wouldn't put more than 250rms to a CM UL12 lol.



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    lol



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulThompson229 View Post
    How do you judge how much power a sub can handle just by looks? By that logic I wouldn't put more than 250rms to a CM UL12 lol.
    Because they're all flashy and eye candy. From other flashy and eye candy subs, you can kinda get the idea that they wont hold up much.



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    they actually sound pretty **** good for what they are. I like the L7s more but just go to a local MTX Auth dealer and tell them that your interested and want to hear them



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    there really is only one way to find out....



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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    MTX subs have yet to impress me.




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    Re: MTX Squares VS l7's

    the newer model ones to me are about the same as l7s



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