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    Polk Audio MM1540

    So I'm wanting to run a 15" in the trunk for more of a SQ type setup and want to run sealed to save a lot of space. These have always kind of intrigued me since I heard a pair of 10's sealed at a competition one time. They sounded nice and had quite a bit of output for sealed. My question is Polk recommends 1.5 for sealed and 2.5 for ported. Does this seem like enough? I was going to maybe go 2 cubes and give it a little more room. 1.5 seems so tiny for a 15 but... And I've always preferred ported or sealed but even at 2.5 I could port this thing and still have some room in my trunk. What do you guys think?

    Going in the trunk of a '99 Monte Carlo and have about 400 rms ran to it if this information helps...







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    Re: Polk Audio MM1540

    I've never hear the 15'' variant, but wanted to make sure you know that Crutchfield has the 15's for $89.99

    Polk Audio MM1540 Mobile Monitor Series 15" subwoofer at Crutchfield.com

    That's just cheap.




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    Re: Polk Audio MM1540

    Quote Originally Posted by GLN305 View Post
    I've never hear the 15'' variant, but wanted to make sure you know that Crutchfield has the 15's for $89.99

    Polk Audio MM1540 Mobile Monitor Series 15" subwoofer at Crutchfield.com

    That's just cheap.
    Yup. That's exactly why I was thinking of going with one. They're 149.99 all over except at Crutchfield right now. I'm used to 2 12's ported with around 1000 watts. I just don't know if the 15 sealed up is going to give me enough output for my liking. I want to downsize just don't want to lose a bunch of output.




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    Re: Polk Audio MM1540

    recommended enclosure works great on these.



    Here is my feedback Thread: http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showth...ght=fasfocus00

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