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    300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    I have 300watts RMS at 4ohm and debating about which sub to go with. I would like to get a 50/50 output/sq, preferably with either an 8" or 10" woofer for space in the trunk. I am looking at possibly the sundown e8 v3 in a ported enclosure. Any other recommendations or any subs for sale that meets the criteria, please feel free to post. Thanks, Paul







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    Re: 300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    ssa dcon 10 single 4ohm




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    Re: 300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    Quote Originally Posted by macsdad View Post
    ssa dcon 10 single 4ohm
    I agree, make sure you port it though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by macsdad View Post
    ssa dcon 10 single 4ohm
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    Re: 300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    i meant to say go for a ported box.




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    Re: 300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    Been tempted to play around with the Dayton HO 8 or the dvc 10. They'll get loud and low. That 8 is rated for 300rms too



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    Re: 300w RMS, which sub for sql? 8" or 10" preferred

    Yep. Was just going to say the Dayton 8" for a 300w application.



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