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adulbrich

Lock up your daughters!
May 11, 2014
14,015
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Ames, Iowa
Anything new that I haven't heard about?

Top dogs:

DDZ

SHD's

Sundown Teams

Anything better than these in limited space? Just wondering.

Looking for a pair that can take 15k-20k.

Any new neo's? I'm bored. Need more to look at.

Not sure if I need to fill out the new requirements, but here they are anyways. Not looking to buy anything right now..

Number of subs preferred: 1 or 2

Size preferred (if configuration allows): 12('s) or 15('s)

Budget: In time, really no budget

Power to be used (which amp(s), include which resistance): Pair of DD M4a's strapped at 1 ohm (.5 each) or a pair of Ampere Audio 8k's strapped the same way.

Space available (take measurements, do not guess): Slightly less than 5 cubes of internal box volume. Port (if any) will be external.

Goals: 150+ db would be awesome, but I'm really just looking to be as loud as possible

Listening habits: Full tilt when driving, right before clipping. I don't let my gear see a soft clip unless I'm demoing.

Preferred brands/subs/whatever: DD, Sundown, Fi, Tantric. Leaning towards DD Z's or Sundown Teams. Possibly Tantric SHD's.

 
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adulbrich

adulbrich

Lock up your daughters!
May 11, 2014
14,015
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Ames, Iowa
EMF Yolo.
No, but really..

I chuckled when I read your response //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/redface.gif.62fdbfe1a101588a808c4cff71bcb942.gif

 
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adulbrich

adulbrich

Lock up your daughters!
May 11, 2014
14,015
0
Ames, Iowa
You're not even finished with your current build and already making plans for the next? Lol
Yes.. lol

Mostly bored and looking for new subs that I can look at. My N3's are pretty, but it never hurts to look around

 

NinjaBass

Low Bass Lover
Aug 9, 2013
873
0
North AL
Yes.. lol
Mostly bored and looking for new subs that I can look at. My N3's are pretty, but it never hurts to look around
I know how that goes. Ha I will finally get a setup together and then not even a week later I am already looking at new stuff, then watching videos about it, and the next thing you know I am already buying new gear again. It is a never ending process

 
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adulbrich

adulbrich

Lock up your daughters!
May 11, 2014
14,015
0
Ames, Iowa
I already have two vehicles and can't get another. I'm not selling my car ever no matter what.

My mom won't let me do a blow-through in my Silverado until after highschool :/

 

Spooney

CarAudio.com Veteran
10+ year member
Dec 30, 2007
4,516
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Charlotte,MI,USA
Why not look into getting a different vehicle that you can fit multiple subs in?
Thank you sir for that. I normally wouldn't ever want to discourage somebody from getting the most out of a vehicle or install but goddamn motherfucker you have a Fiero!!!!! Serious question here...... with the limitations of a Fiero can you legally run in any major spl format? I only ask because you are looking to be "as loud as possible" but where are you looking to be loud at? What format/organization?

 
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adulbrich

adulbrich

Lock up your daughters!
May 11, 2014
14,015
0
Ames, Iowa
Can't really compete in anything other than "Extreme" class. I'm not competing, just want a loud daily system that can play low with authority.

Any serious recommendations? Otherwise I'll save for the next few years and buy some new DDZ's and Ampere 8k's (after a few more alternators of course).

 

SounDrive

www.soundrive.audio
Pro Seller
Apr 10, 2013
3,115
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Lebanon, TN
Turn the entire car into an enclosure like Craig Butler's van. Problem solved. //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/wink.gif.608e3ea05f1a9f98611af0861652f8fb.gif

 

mlstrass

Shaggy DOA
10+ year member
Jul 7, 2006
10,909
12
Illinois
There's not a pair of subs out that will take 15-20kw of clamped power in a daily application.

And you will NEVER be loud enough with 2 12's or 15's to force you to turn it down, so you really need to think this through. Not sure if you have a trunk or SUV, but there are plenty of subs that will be loud on decent power and put you in the 50's. Doesn't take $1k subs and a bazillion watts.

For a daily ride I'd look into 4" VC subs, 8-10kw and a good enclosure.....

 

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