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JL Audio 1-12w6v2 vs 2-10w6v2/v3

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I listen to rap, r&b, soul, and old school bass (Magic Mike, PEB, Bass Patrol, Techno Bass Crew, etc.). Which would be better, 1 12w6v2 in 1.5, 1.75, or 2.0 cu ft, or 2 10w6v2 or v3 in 1.0 cu ft per sub, all sealed enclosures? This is in trunk of Infiniti G37 sedan, pushed by RF p1000-1bd. I like tight, clean bass, which is why I prefer sealed. Which will be louder, harder, deeper, lower?

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16 hours ago, achamb7 said:

I listen to rap, r&b, soul, and old school bass (Magic Mike, PEB, Bass Patrol, Techno Bass Crew, etc.). Which would be better, 1 12w6v2 in 1.5, 1.75, or 2.0 cu ft, or 2 10w6v2 or v3 in 1.0 cu ft per sub, all sealed enclosures? This is in trunk of Infiniti G37 sedan, pushed by RF p1000-1bd. I like tight, clean bass, which is why I prefer sealed. Which will be louder, harder, deeper, lower?

you dont want want lower or deeper with your music choices, none of them have much information under 30hz at all. Most of your basslines are around 40-55hz which is the easiest to do.  Two W6 12s in a 1.00 to 1.25 cubic feet net per chamber box is fine they work in smaller boxes just fine with some polyfill.


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I have a Zenclosures enclosure now that fits perfectly, but only has 1.00 cu ft per chamber (2 - 12s). I have read that the W6s perform good in smaller enclosures but better in higher than recommended volumes (JL recommends 1.25 cu ft for 12w6v2).

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