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About Davecubs14

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  • Birthday 12/14/1990

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  • About me
    Big time cubs fan!
  • Name
    David
  • Location
    Madison, AL
  • Occupation
    Cat scan technologist
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    Baseball, car audio
  1. Davecubs14

    Which would be louder

    I'm up here right next to Huntsville.
  2. Davecubs14

    Which would be louder

    Why not buy a D1 HDC3 and wire it to 2 ohms? That sub can take a lot more and you could eventually save up, beef up electrical and buy an SQ 2200 later on or something like that and run it @.5 ohms which would be enough for an hdc3 for daily.
  3. Davecubs14

    Will this win a Meca Street Title?

    Now that freezefest is in the books, you can get an idea of what score you will need to win a street class. The more competition, the better so you can join me in Street 2.
  4. Davecubs14

    FS: Spl Labs usb meter

    Bump, if mods could move this to the Miscellaneous Classifieds, I'd appreciate it. I posted in the wrong section, sorry!
  5. Davecubs14

    FS: Spl Labs usb meter

    Thanks man, it is very convenient, literally plug and play after you download software off their website.
  6. Item(s) for Sale: SPL Labs usb meter Item(s) Description/Condition: dB meter - USB Bass Meter Used but in great shape. Price: 375 shipped Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information: Item Pictures: (List pictures in this section, 1st picture should be your username/date if you have less than 10 positive feedbacks with the i-Trader system or less than 10 references that you have sold to in the past. (These must be listed in your signature, or a link provided to a feedback thread listing these references)).
  7. Davecubs14

    First true spl box build

    What vehicle do you have? And what organization are you competing in?
  8. Davecubs14

    How unrealistic is my goal?

    For burping, if you work hard, heck yeah you will get there man! It's hard for sure, but as long as you keep working, you'll be fine! I've been doing the spl game for a handful of years now. Just make sure you have a meter so you can test every little thing you change, write down volt drop, temp outside, shoot, humidity too if you can, temp of subs, amps, inside of car, clamp power if you can (power can change so easily once something in your vehicle moves, seen it a lot). Basically, you don't want to take any steps back and if you do, you'll have everything written to fall back on. Play around with sub and port firing orientation, port size and length, resin, sanding and rounding corners on box. When I started competing, I asked tons of people for advice. Got the same answer, just keep testing. Sure enough, my score gradually increased. Good luck to you my friend, and don't give up.
  9. Davecubs14

    2 HDC315's off a 3500 safely?

    My daily set up is 2 hdc3 12s on 2 3500s strapped @2 ohms. They take it like a champ, but I'm also not tuned low and don't play anything lower than 30hz. Most power I've ever put to a hdc3 is 2 3500s @.5 ohms each. Didn't take a full burp without hearing mechanical noise. But moral of the story - they can take a butt load of power - box and electrical dependant.
  10. Davecubs14

    wat is everybody's termlab score?

    151.1 @headrest. Yup, another meca head. Single sundown z v.3 15 on a aq 3500. 3 banks of maxwell caps
  11. Davecubs14

    One 12 148db+ 3.5k?

    I think it'll take more than one box to get it there. I'm not sure if a 4th order will get you there either. It also depends on where you meter at. Kick usually yields higher numbers than @ the headrest. But 3.5k and a single 12 is doable. Look at the "spl gains" thread over at smd, best thread ever. Good luck man!
  12. Davecubs14

    which dd sub is this ?

    I know...I didn't say just the bottom two lines had stamped baskets.....
  13. Davecubs14

    Dayton refrence 7" for midbass driver.

    They were wonderful for me. I miss mine very much. I haven't had any problems with any of dayton's stuff.
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