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gmc123

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About gmc123

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  1. Time Left: 20 days and 16 hours

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    Want to buy 4 sa 10s Also have 2 DD 3510s I’d be willing to trade or sale

    $1,234.00

    Melbourne , Florida

  2. Looking for 4 SA 10s View Listing Want to buy 4 sa 10s Also have 2 DD 3510s I’d be willing to trade or sale Advertiser gmc123 Date 11/05/2018 Price $1,234.00 Category Wanting to Buy/Wanting to Trade  
  3. I have 3 cuft to work with and the xls only require 1 cuft ported per sub. Honestly I just don’t know anything about them and can’t find much on them other than home use.
  4. Definitely a bit pricey if I’m gonna spend that kind of money I’ll just get the dc xls.
  5. Interesting. I’ve never heard of them I’ll check it out, thanks.
  6. What you got? I’m looking for 2 10s that’ll take a bc5500. Really looking for something comparable to dc xl series that will work in a ported box around 2.75-3 cuft. The main reason the xls caught my eye is BC they’ll take the power and only requir 1 cuft ported per sub.
  7. gmc123

    Single 12 or 2 10s

    I currently have 4 sundown x8s in a ported box I have 2 of the 8s inverted in order to get my 3cuft. Box is almost 4 prior to port and sub displacement.
  8. gmc123

    Single 12 or 2 10s

    Everything I’ve seen and read seems like the xfls need more air space than I have to sound good. The dc xl 10s only call for 1 cuft per sub ported so I have room to oversize it a bit to hit the lows.
  9. gmc123

    Single 12 or 2 10s

    Looking to buy 2 dc xl 10s or 2 dd 9510 might consider sundown 10s also.
  10. gmc123

    Single 12 or 2 10s

    I actually considered these.
  11. I currently have 4 sundown x8s on a bc5500 I’m looking to change things up a bit so I’m looking for either 2 ****** 10s or 1 12 that can take 5500-5800 watts and 3-3.5 cu ft of airspace.
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