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What SUb should I get???

Old 12-17-2002, 07:07 PM
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I will be doing my install soon. But I am stuck deciding if I should go with JL Audio 12W6V2 rated at 400 watts or do I go with the 10W7 rated at 500 watts. I will be powering it with JL Audio 500/1 amp. Any advice. And will I have enough volume if I fit the subs into the spare tire well using a custom install??? Thanks
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Old 12-18-2002, 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by RoBD305
I will be doing my install soon. But I am stuck deciding if I should go with JL Audio 12W6V2 rated at 400 watts or do I go with the 10W7 rated at 500 watts. I will be powering it with JL Audio 500/1 amp. Any advice. And will I have enough volume if I fit the subs into the spare tire well using a custom install??? Thanks
I don't know what to tell you about which sub to get. But are you asking about if that little mat over the spare tire will muffle your sound? If you are, I highly doubt that it will.
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Old 12-18-2002, 11:08 PM
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12W6v2. Better performance in lowest end range.

Makes a big difference though for what kinda music u listen to. For me, I'd actually do a 10W6v2 - better reaction speed for rock music, etc.

That amp by the way is bitchin. I got my gf a 250/1 with a 12W3 setup, and even that small system can spread the bass around a parking lot. . . Needs Dynamat though (toy camry).

Good luck. In terms of volume, I think someone here's done the tire well fiberglass water trick. . . Or you can just measure and get a rough estimate.
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