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    40,000+ watt subs??????

    Onyx - The Monster... 12-24 claims to withstand 40,000 watts...
    whats your thoughts on that???



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    show me a link



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    Quote Originally Posted by 78nova
    show me a link
    no link that i know of, just read it in the Car Audio & Eletronics mag....
    12" 1400$ - RMS 20K -
    24" 2000$ - rms 20K



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    i think its a bunch of bull ****



    Quote Originally Posted by sbcaprice305
    lets see..........

    2 guys + alot of booze +hotel room + 0 females = 2 soar @ssholes
    My Current Setup
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    enclosure: 4.5 cubic ft. tuned to 34hz
    all wrapped in a 99 town car with 22's O yeah.

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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    I'm not one to doubt a company like Onyx, just seems to be a little far-fetched.

    I saw it in CA&E also.



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    Quote Originally Posted by ghs_wrestler189
    I'm not one to doubt a company like Onyx, just seems to be a little far-fetched.

    I saw it in CA&E also.
    x2....was wondering about that myself..anyone w/ any real info please inform us

    wrong section but anyone look at RE's amp section




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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    20k wats just doesn't seem practical, unless it has an xmax of like 140mm or something.



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    I've heard of a DP taking 16K RMS but, 20K RMS that has to be one freaking tough sub....




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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    What month CA&E




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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    I think it can hold it's own with that power just on burps. MT, DD 9500's too!




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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    Quote Originally Posted by XDrkmanX
    What month CA&E
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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    I saw those sections in CA&E.
    I want a RE XMX18 and the 4K watt RE amp.



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    you don't need more xmax to use more power, or get loud.



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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    A Brahma 15" took 32kW...




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    Re: 40,000+ watt subs??????

    Quote Originally Posted by B_Master_Flash
    20k wats just doesn't seem practical, unless it has an xmax of like 140mm or something.
    The Xmax, Xmag, and Xsus have very little to do with power handling. Granted the Xmax would most likely be larger, your insite is wrong.

    Look at DD woofers. Definitely nothing impressive as far as Xsus goes, but look at the numbers they put up...



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