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    Hey everyone new to the forum just have a quick question, I'm looking for a sub that will fit into my current setup and produce the best sq for rock. I mainly listen to 90's rock such as NIN,Tool,Pantera,Alice In Chains,Primus and such. The sub I have already sounds decent but would just like to see what else everyone recommends over my current sub. Below is my setup thanks for the replies ahead of time.

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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    What's your budget? I'm assuming you want to seal? Amp RMS?




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    Idq




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    The 10" or 12" subs by CDT Audio are great sounding subwoofers. I used the HD-1200CF in a 0.88 cu ft sealed box for a long time and it was amazing on that kind of music. This model has been replaced by a new shallow version called HD-1200CFS. The QES-1220 is a step up with higher power handling and a design meant for an even smaller enclosure.




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    Take a look at Dayton, their HO series.



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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    JL w6 and Dayton Reference get my vote for top SQ subs I've heard/used to date.




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    As far as budget i'm pretty much open to anything but if I had to set a price 250, yes would like to use the box I already have, amp rms:500 X 1 4 ohms 900 X 1 2 ohms. Was already looking at dayton audio, I actually contacted them yesterday and they recommended the Dayton Audio DVC310-88 12" DVC. Just wanna make sure that that sub will be an upgrade from what I already currently have.




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    check out bluescaraudio.com & linearpower.com, I met the president Ray Rayfield last year and heard his 6.5" comp set on a 2250 Linear Power amp, 250+ x 2 rated @12.8 volts. You could feel the bass notes in your chest, and they play waaaay low, I thought there was a sub in his ride. All their stuff is SQ. I needed a 4 ch and actually hand built my modded amp that was no longer in production. He and some of his staff are former Kicker people, I guess the wanted to take it to another level. They win a lot of awards at CES & MECA and everything is very high quality and hand built in USA. Also madisound.com, lots of SQ.



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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    Looking like the jl w6 is my best option, Have seen a couple good condition ones go for sale for 250 in my area.




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    I'm going to vote W6v2 also

    I picked one up a few months ago and its just a great sub.
    I have my 10" in a 1 cube sealed box and it gets plenty low and still has great sound quality




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    Re: Best Options For Purely SQ

    Quote Originally Posted by sampson2269 View Post
    As far as budget i'm pretty much open to anything but if I had to set a price 250, yes would like to use the box I already have, amp rms:500 X 1 4 ohms 900 X 1 2 ohms. Was already looking at dayton audio, I actually contacted them yesterday and they recommended the Dayton Audio DVC310-88 12" DVC. Just wanna make sure that that sub will be an upgrade from what I already currently have.
    If u go Dayton, go reference HO

    But I still vote w6. I'm running one now and I have had the Dayton's before and could have gotten a new one cheaper than I got this w6 used....if that says anything.




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