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Kenyon325

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Im not all the way happy with it, I want a harder bass to beable to hang with the young kids pulling up next too me when driving. I don't want it blasting all the time just when needed. Any advice please give.
 
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first step is to get rid of that box.

Then, get rid of all those worthless 6x9s..

Then, the subs have to go.

As well as the amp power, im sure.

Go with 2 15"s... RE Audio SX's get pretty freakin loud, and sound good. Throw 2k watts at them, in a ported box, about 6 cubes, tune it low, and bang hard.


Rub it easy!
 
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I all ready dump the box, but one thing that stays is the 6x9s Im willing to go with a better brand which gives out clear voices. Im still in the 90's when it comes to music and I want to be able for people to hear me. I am thinking about with a pair of Digital Designs 9515 subs.
 
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Kenyon325 said:
I all ready dump the box, but one thing that stays is the 6x9s Im willing to go with a better brand which gives out clear voices. Im still in the 90's when it comes to music and I want to be able for people to hear me. I am thinking about with a pair of Digital Designs 9515 subs.
Then you fail and don't deserve help. Keeping all those 6x9s and wanting clear voices is ignorant.
 
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while I do love ample audio, I am not sure i'd have that many 6x9s as well, though i'm sure it is plenty loud for a more SQ oriented company.
 
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OoMesKoO said:
first step is to get rid of that box.

Then, get rid of all those worthless 6x9s..

Then, the subs have to go.

As well as the amp power, im sure.

Go with 2 15"s... RE Audio SX's get pretty freakin loud, and sound good. Throw 2k watts at them, in a ported box, about 6 cubes, tune it low, and bang hard.


Rub it easy!
If im looking clarity so don't get drown by the 15, what size speakers should I use. Everybody wants BUM BUM.