Subs and boxes

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My bad, I meant to say "Subs"

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This is what I want to do either:

two 8"

two 10"

one 12"

or one 15"

I need my trunk space, so if the bigger the sub, the deeper the sound, I'll just get one "larger" sub

Thanks

What kind of box would be better for a deeper sound?

 
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