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HU: ///Alpine 9887, KCE-400BT, KCE-433IV, KTX-100EQ Imprint, 8Gb iPod Touch
Front Mids: Eclipse SC6500
Front Tweeters: Morel made Xtant 28MM Silks
Subs: Audiomobile Evo 10" TC2+
Enclosure: 1.1 Cubes sealed with 10 Ounces Poly Fill
Amp: Audio Systems Twister F6 380 III
As much as I despised my DD 1515, I once heard a single 3510 in a Honda that completely took my breathe away. I didn't think it was the cleanest sounding sub I've ever heard, but man did it slam something ridiculous.
Simple SQ System:
Head Unit: Alpine CDA-117
Active Crossover: Cache' CEX
Front Stage Amp: Boston Acoustics GTA-704
Components: Polk Audio DB 6501
Sub Amp: Boston Acoustics GTA-1000m
Sub: JBL P1224, 2.5 ft^3 @ 25 hz enclosure
Rear Fill: Sony Xplod 5.25s on HU power lolz
1515s suckkkk. Sorry you had to learn that at you expen$e.
1500's are great subwoofers if you know how to use them
crZY BAASSS HEADS!!!
Fnt&Rear Spkrs: 8 Neo-Pro-v.2 soon
Mid Amp: Sax-50.4& Sax-200.4
Subs: 4 Sundown Audio 18s Z v.4 tuned at 15hrtz
wire:0g OFC Audio Technix
alt: 3 HO alts from??? from mechman or singer?
You might be surprised at who else uses American made coils and softparts. I have American made coils, cones, and spiders and apart from the coils (I definitely prefer the made in USA ones) I've had reasonable results with imported cones and spiders. Also I've been making carbon fiber dustcaps and I can promise you it does NOT cost 80$+ in materials to make an 8" dustcap.
DC has colored CF caps now.. Just thought I would mention it. Pretty cool. And they are working on CF cones.
- 2010 Scion tC
- Alpine CDA-117
- JL 450/4v2 Active (Mid range, tweeters) JL 300/2v2 (Mid bass) DC 5K(Subs)
- Hertz HV 165XL
- Hertz HT28
- JL ZR800
- 2 x DD 9512i
- Singer 300 amp 15.1v bypass, 3 XS D3400s
- DD M4a and XS D3100 coming soon
- Viper 5701 with Smart Start
I tried to look up what year they made the 95 but google came up empty for me.
it was early 1990's when the 9500 came out, there was plenty of stuff before it.
I guess since staying on topic isn't going to happen, I'll join this generic DD discussion.
The whole 'pioneered the large magnet game' thing is kinda pointless anyway. Who defines what a "big" magnet is? All subs weren't funky pup sized before 9500's came out.
My big problem with DD isn't their design style, their cone material, their ungodly tight suspensions, or even their prices. The negative for me with DD is their attitude about not publishing specs. They are a relatively small company that caters to non-mainstream car audio enthusiasts and SPL competitors. So to withhold specs, to me, is not only a pita for consumers, but a confusing and questionable business decision. xmax/xmech, fs, Qes/Qms, etc... these are all important specs for a knowledgeable enthusiast to know. I dont want to just build to their recommendation, or test multiple boxes Ive had to make just to get a clue what my alignment is/will be.