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About phillipc421

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  • Birthday 08/21/1995

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  • About me
    A guy from Kansas who loves rap.
  • Name
    Phillip Clark
  • Location
    Kansas
  • Occupation
    Department Store
  • Interests
    Rapping, Music, Web Design, Fitness, Custom Car Builds/Setups, Running
  1. Hey guys, So I will be installing my two Sundown SA-12's running off a Sundown SAZ-2000d into my Jeep Cherokee soon. This is my first build so I am quite the novice, but I was wondering if I will need to upgrade my battery or alternator from stock in order for the system to perform correctly? Any help is appreciated! Thanks
  2. Hey guys, So I will be installing two Sundown SA-12's running of a Sundown SAZ-2000d into my Jeep Cherokee soon. All stock electrical. Other than the big three upgrade, will I need to upgrade my battery or alternator? I'm new to this so help me out please! Thanks, Phillip
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    Two Sundown SA-12's

    Trying to do 1ohm so Dual 4 Ohm?
  4. What's good, Looking to buy two Sundown SA-12's. Shoot me an offer! Thanks, Phillip
  5. Hey there, I will be doing my first build here very soon and these are the subs and amp I will be using: 2 Sundown Audio SA-12's Either 1 Sundown Audio SAZ-2500D V.2/3500D V.2 (Not sure how much power I should use) or 1 Crescendo Audio BC 3500D/2000D (Again. not sure how much power I need) I need help on box designs, and what to tune it to as well. This is my first build so I only know basics and the science behind it. The car is a 91 Jeep Cherokee. This will be in the back (No rear seats). Was planning on the woofers firing up and the port shooting towards the front of the car. I want the system to be loud and definitely slap and make an impression when you roll by or someone gets in with you, but I don't really plan on doing competitions or anything so SPL isn't too important, but still important. I just don't want them to sound bad or not be able to reproduce most frequencies well. If I could get any opinions or help that would be great! Thanks!
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