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1 12W7AE Vs 2 Fosgate T1 12s

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I have the chance of getting a brand new 12W7AE in the correct spec. box powered by a 600/1 slash v3 or 2 Fosgate T1D212 12s in built box powered by a T1500-1BDCP mono block amp. I want it to punch hard but quality too. Need some advice please. Both boxes are ported because I just listen to rap music & itll be going in a 2000 civic trunk. And yes I will be getting dyna Matt for it.

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I would think that JL should stomp all over those RF subs if it was in a good well designed ported enclosure and more than 600 rms to it....I'd say 1500. The AE series can handle a bit more power than reg W7 series.

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I would think that JL should stomp all over those RF subs if it was in a good well designed ported enclosure and more than 600 rms to it....I'd say 1500. The AE series can handle a bit more power than reg W7 series.

 

The AE is the exact same thing painted black. Identical.

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I would think that JL should stomp all over those RF subs if it was in a good well designed ported enclosure and more than 600 rms to it....I'd say 1500. The AE series can handle a bit more power than reg W7 series.

 

 

The t1s are nice woofers just not the retail price. The Rockford’s will walk all over the JL

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More Cone Area + More Power... The T1s seem to fit your build intentions better.

A proper setup for the W7 with a slash 1000 would sound amazing, but still wont be as loud...

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The AE is the exact same thing painted black. Identical.

 

Right, the AE is just an anniversary edition.

 

 

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