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    polk mm or boston acoustics g2

    Anyone heard the 12 version of these subs? Which has better sq and spl in recommended sealed boxes? I have 350 watts to push it with.







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    Re: polk mm or boston acoustics g2

    I just picked a 12g5 and it's a very clear/precise sub.




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    Re: polk mm or boston acoustics g2

    using winisd, the polk has better SQ, but the boston gets louder, both off 350watts. and thats sealed in a 1.0 cubic foot box for them both.



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    Re: polk mm or boston acoustics g2

    okay, thanks. How does the mm10 sound?




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