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    Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    Hi, I just got a 2012 Tundra and I was looking into more advice on a subwoofer setup. This is what I've been looking at right now.

    As far as enclosure, I was either going to go with

    Qlogic TCM210 (holds 2 10"s) faces to the rear
    Part Number

    QLF-TCM210

    Vehicle Application

    2007 - Up Toyota Tundra Crew Max Truck

    Location of Enclosure

    Mounts behind the rear seat

    Internal Volume

    1.4 cubic feet

    Bass Performance Match (BPM)

    This is a Type 1 sealed enclosure

    Accommodates



    or

    07-10 Toyota Crewmax Custom enclosure - Check Out Our Products!

    One is rear firing and the other front firing. Anyone have a preference or experience with any of those enclosures?



    As far as subs, I was looking into (2) 10's (4ohms)



    Rockford Fosgate P3SD4-10

    Nominal Impedance: Dual 4-Ohm
    Power Handling (Watts RMS): 300 Watts RMS
    600 Watts MAX

    or

    Polk-Audio-MM1040D

    power range: 100-350 watts RMS (135 watts RMS per coil)
    peak power handling: 700 watts
    frequency response: 24-200 Hz
    sensitivity: 91 dB


    as far as an amp, I was looking into:

    Rockford Fosgate Prime R1000-1D Car Amplifier - 500 W RMS - 1 kW PMPO - 1 Channel - Class D
    or

    JL XD600/1

    400 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (600 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms)
    variable low-pass filter (50-500 Hz, 12 or 24dB/octave)
    subsonic filter (30 Hz, 24 dB/oct)

    or

    JL JX1000/1

    500 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (1,000 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms)
    Class D amplifier design
    MOSFET switching power supply
    frequency response: 20 Hz - 150 Hz

    Boston Acoustics GTA-1000m (GTA1000m) Monoblock Class D GTA Amplifier


    600 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (1,000 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms)
    CEA-2006 compliant
    variable low-pass filter (50-150 Hz, 12 dB/octave)
    variable subsonic filter (10-50 Hz)

    Please keep in mind that spacing is limited on amp size and subsize. Im leaning towards the jl xd600/1 due to the size. Both jl amps can be had for the same price, but what would there be that much of a difference with the JX vs XD? Id like to be able to fit the amps underneath the seats, or have it on the backboard between the enclosure and jack. Any advice an any other sub/amp combo would be appreciated.

    Thank you for any advice







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    Re: Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    I think everyone will tell you to skip the prefab boxes and get a custom box. There a few people on this site that can hook you up with a great box. As far as your equipment choices; you could do better. What do you want out of this system? How much do you want to spend?



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    Re: Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    I know space is limited so I wouldn't mind (1) 12". Do you have any recommendations on someone that can make a enclosure?
    I'm looking at 400-550 on the subs and box total.
    Thanks




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    Re: Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    my fav box for trucks is fox acoustics, he makes great sounding truck boxes

    TUNDRA

    and id get the dounle 10 with


    SD-2 10D4 SUNDOWN AUDIO SLIM MOUNT 10" DUAL 4-OHM SUBWOOFER SHALLOW SERIES SUB | eBay

    best slim subs out there man they sound good and get loud




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    Re: Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    then for an amp id get

    Cadence Momentum Series CSA5000.1 3000 Watt Peak Mono Block Class D Amplifier | eBay

    only 10 inches by 8 inches, super small 1200rms will be perfect and you will have a really nbice super loud and great sounding system




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    Re: Sub Advice for Tundra '12 Crewmax

    Good looking out MC. Do you happen to have pics of that enclosure from foxacoustics?




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