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    Project Powerful 10" Sub To hit 140's-Need Your Help

    I need Your Help on Which Sub that will Hit with the right box and Amp 140+. Im just doing a project to see if i can do it. What 10" sub(cant be a newer one)should i test. Also tell me what size box and how much power. I might compete with some locals just to make them mad that a 10" can woop there systems ***.







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    140+ DB'S

    I seen a 300w rms eclipse 10" hit 143.9 db's in a 2 cu ft ported box and the sub inverted.He was using 425w rms for power.



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    The Brahma's are new, so I guess that's out. How about a Juggy or a Stroker. I also saw a guy who had an L7 pushing into the 148's. His goal was to hit 150. His box was huge. No telling if the measurements were at a comp or his own though, so take it for what its worth I guess, lol.



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    BeyondAudio no doubt.....but its gonna cost you - I cant quote the precise measurements but I have heard of people getting stoopid numbers with 10s - around the 150dB mark isnt uncommon.......also look at IDmax, brahma, an overpowered DD, like a 9510 with loads of power & a stoopid box, Eclipse alums - dont bother with the Ti's, not that much difference. Also see Reasonant Engineering. Hope that assits in some way.




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    Re: Project Powerful 10" Sub To hit 140's-Need Your Help

    #1 RE Hater Fan!
    i'll go out on a limb and say he probally is going to stay away from Reasonant Engineering.



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    Re: Project Powerful 10" Sub To hit 140's-Need Your Help

    talk to tommyK1990


    he consistantly pulls 143's and 144's wiht his 10" RE SExxx and 1400-1500watts


    and the SExxx isnt a newer sub, could pnly find it used .... u need to give RE another chance



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    Re: Project Powerful 10" Sub To hit 140's-Need Your Help

    Three year old thread.

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    Re: Project Powerful 10" Sub To hit 140's-Need Your Help

    bastard


    i have secome to an old dead thread



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