Tightening bass?


Toomanytoys

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I have a sundown x-15 in a ported enclosure in the trunk of my 87 GN. It is being powered by a skar rp2000.1 amp. The question is how do I go about getting that sub to hit hard and tight? On some songs the kick drum is like being at a concert but more times than not I find it to be very “boomy” or muddy (?) maybe if that’s a better term. Im not worried about shaking the other cars around me I just want that hard tight sound
 

Jeffdachef

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I have a sundown x-15 in a ported enclosure in the trunk of my 87 GN. It is being powered by a skar rp2000.1 amp. The question is how do I go about getting that sub to hit hard and tight? On some songs the kick drum is like being at a concert but more times than not I find it to be very “boomy” or muddy (?) maybe if that’s a better term. Im not worried about shaking the other cars around me I just want that hard tight sound
you picked the wrong woofer to do that. Best you can do is make the enclosure a bit smaller and get more power. Sundown X series is all about the booms and wobbles.
 

audiobaun

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Id say a smaller enclosure as well. May consider making a smaller enclosure with an Aero-Port and tune it that way may be best to your liking.Id try that first before picking up more power on tap. Just my 2 cents
 
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