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    Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    What is the best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    I was thinking a... JL Audio 10W3
    http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=12332

    or a Rockford Fosgate Punch.
    http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=14224

    It's going to be powered by either a Rockford Fosgate 150S @ 150W or a Kicker KX200.2 @ 200W. (Kicker at 4-Ohms and RF at 2-Ohms)

    What do you think? It's going into a sealed box.

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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    neither of the links work



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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    Their website has been up and down all day long, might have to check back in a few seconds. Sorry, I've been dealing with it all day long...




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    the jl's are supposed to be pretty good low budget subs, but i havnt heard them, whereas i have heard the rf's and werent that bad.



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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    i like my kicker comps.... and their cheap..... i just wish i had enough room to port them

    hit pretty hard...



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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    yea id say kicker comps or the jls.




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    for this week only i will sell my (2) kicker comps SVC8 ohms for 75 plus shipping. they are currently in 1.0 CUFT sealed boxes seperate.



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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    Re audios re line. About 80$ directly from factory.




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    Adire Koda 10"




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    Definately the koda 10 you can find it at www.adireaudio.com The re 10 would be my second coice. The JL isn't bad either. i wouldn't go with the fosgate though.




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    There is a huge price diff between Koda 10 and re 10 230>80. The reason REs are so cheap you are buying factory direct at wholesale price from www.reaudio.com




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    Blah, IA 187's!!!!! Awesome little drivers!!! Wish I had like 4 of em...




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    Re: Best 10" sub for 150-200 watts RMS??

    JL w3 all the way, i have this speaker pretty good speaker.



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