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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Oh I know it won't be as loud ever, but I did expect the 4 8's to be louder. That is why I am surprised the 2 8's are louder than your 12" w7. The w7 has more cone area and should have been able to get just as loud if not louder
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    I don't know if you will ever get the output of the 4 8's to be louder than that 21". Even with 4 8's the cone area of the 21" is nearly DOUBLE what 4 8's cone area is. I think that 21 is always gonna be louder. Unless you upgrade to 6 8's maybe



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

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    Oh I know it won't be as loud ever, but I did expect the 4 8's to be louder. That is why I am surprised the 2 8's are louder than your 12" w7. The w7 has more cone area and should have been able to get just as loud if not louder
    I never said it was a 12W7 haha. It was a 10W7. Which means my 2 8's have slightly more cone area now than the W7 did :P



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Oh, lol I thought I read 12w7



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    I think I am eventually going to have to do a blow through 4th order in my truck to get what I am after.. In my old suv with one dd 15 I would barely be able to breath sometimes. I miss that choking bass!



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Quote Originally Posted by sbarber82 View Post
    I think I am eventually going to have to do a blow through 4th order in my truck to get what I am after.. In my old suv with one dd 15 I would barely be able to breath sometimes. I miss that choking bass!
    One day I'd love to have that kind of bass. Do u think it could be possible with just 8's?



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Do you got any videos of your 8s in action?



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Nice videos everything looks nice the only thing I might add is you might want to invest in some sound deadening it'll help won't get the trunk to rattle nearly as well but should see an increase in overall performance in the car. Other than that it looks pretty sweet.




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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

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    Nice videos everything looks nice the only thing I might add is you might want to invest in some sound deadening it'll help won't get the trunk to rattle nearly as well but should see an increase in overall performance in the car. Other than that it looks pretty sweet.
    I'm already aware of that and it's on my list of things to do including batteries and Ho alt and more. Just can't afford everything at once ya know. And besides. Those videos were not meant to show off the system they were for diagnostic purposes for the people that were helping me. Lol



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Oh yea I know I was looking at some of your other vids, it looks good keep it up. As long as nothing is dimming too bad then I wouldn't worry about the alt yet. Take it as is but the order I went in was battery, sound deadening, the HO alt, but I was getting ready to do some SPL comps but have slowly been getting into the SQ the more I play with it.




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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Quote Originally Posted by rockin15srandy View Post
    Oh yea I know I was looking at some of your other vids, it looks good keep it up. As long as nothing is dimming too bad then I wouldn't worry about the alt yet. Take it as is but the order I went in was battery, sound deadening, the HO alt, but I was getting ready to do some SPL comps but have slowly been getting into the SQ the more I play with it.
    Yeah well eventually I will probably be upgrading to a 3500d amp and getting more subs so ill the alt eventually.



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Short answer, no. Unless you put like 6 or more of them in a wall, lol
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    One day I'd love to have that kind of bass. Do u think it could be possible with just 8's?



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

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    Short answer, no. Unless you put like 6 or more of them in a wall, lol
    Well that's not gonna happen this is a daily driver. And eventually going to be sold so needs to be easily put back to stock. Not to mention I have nowhere near the needed money to do a wall haha. Or the tools and know how lol



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Quote Originally Posted by gamehawk55 View Post
    Do you got any videos of your 8s in action?
    Here is one but it isn't the best light. I will have to make another video of them soon. I am going to use the 21" for comps and the 8's for daily.




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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    I am prob going to lift my seats and build a bigger box for the 8's cause I don't think I have enough airspace for them to perform properly



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    Re: Odd subwoofer "breathing" when sound stops should I be worried?

    Quote Originally Posted by sbarber82 View Post
    I am prob going to lift my seats and build a bigger box for the 8's cause I don't think I have enough airspace for them to perform properly
    Ur def getting the excursion. But you didn't show off any flex or anything :P so hard to gauge just how hard they're actually hitting in the truck. Nice song choice though. I have a vid of my 2 8's on that exact same song, check it out.

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