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    RF Power T2 subs

    I'm sure there are a lot more subs out there for better money. But I've always had a thing for these. Wanted to get some insight from those of u that have ecperience with them. It'll be used for a sq setup in an Acura TL-S. Eithet 1 or 2 12's running off older T series power amps.



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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Not gunna get much for sq with these guys...



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Are they specifically SPL brutes im m guessing then? Loud and low?



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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Not really brutes, and not especially loud (comparing it to others at same price). I can't tell you how much of a mistake you would be making getting this when there are hundreds of better woofers for half the price. My buddy just picked up an FI SSD 18" for $300 shipped (brand new, from FI) with all the available options, and it can handle near the same power, and it will walk all over the t2 as far as sq goes. If you really want bang-for-buck, look for used stuff...just please, do yourself a favor and don't get a T2!



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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    What's the amp (model number)? I love the power series amps, new and old



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    I agree with suicide bobb, they draw you in with their fancy looking plastic, but don't fall for it!




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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Lol. Alright guys ill trust u on this. I've been looking at the Fi Q and some DD drivers. Id really considered the T2s because a buddy of mine has run them before and really liked them. But, he is kinda trendy (buys popular name brands). I'm looking at the RF T2k or T4k amps for the low end. Depends on which subs I want.



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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion Man View Post
    Lol. Alright guys ill trust u on this. I've been looking at the Fi Q and some DD drivers. Id really considered the T2s because a buddy of mine has run them before and really liked them. But, he is kinda trendy (buys popular name brands). I'm looking at the RF T2k or T4k amps for the low end. Depends on which subs I want.
    lol...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion Man View Post
    Lol. Alright guys ill trust u on this. I've been looking at the Fi Q and some DD drivers. Id really considered the T2s because a buddy of mine has run them before and really liked them. But, he is kinda trendy (buys popular name brands). I'm looking at the RF T2k or T4k amps for the low end. Depends on which subs I want.
    Fi Q's are awesome, great sq. DD's are amazing, but they come with a steep price. I think that Audioque's would be a good choice for you, or for something with similar power handling to the T2's...There is an Atomic Apocalypse 12" for sale on caraudioclassifieds.org...It will likely be as good as two T2's (can handle over 1500 daily), have better sq, and its only like $100 shipped! Actually, don't get it cuz my friend really wants it haha



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    RE SE or RE SX would be a nice choice, for SQL





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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Quote Originally Posted by Still View Post
    RE SE or RE SX would be a nice choice, for SQL
    +1

    There's just too many choices...I'm looking for a $150ish sq driver with around 500wrms power handling (used, of course), and I'm overwhelmed by all the different subs to choose from!



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    IA Flatlyne or Arc Flatline for SQ.

    IDMax and Fi Q also come to mind.

    For lower power, IDQ.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpin' Goalie View Post
    IA Flatlyne or Arc Flatline for SQ.

    IDMax and Fi Q also come to mind.

    For lower power, IDQ.
    Yes.

    However, 95% of people who say they want SQ mean they want SQL.





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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    I'd recommend the SE's too. I had four 12"s at one point and sold them all. That was a mistake.



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    Re: RF Power T2 subs

    Quote Originally Posted by misfit138 View Post
    I'd recommend the SE's too. I had four 12"s at one point and sold them all. That was a mistake.
    Terrible mistake, should have given them to me





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