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Car Audio

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Dave, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. I would like to get some opinions from you guys.

    Given about 300 dollars to buy new subs for your car, would you get two fairly nice 10" woofers, or one really nice 12". Which do you guys think would harder and make the most of 250 watts? Im looking at the Infinity Kappa Perfect 10.1s or the Infinity Kappa Perfect 12.1d (dual coil to get 2 ohms). If I go with the 12, Id have to buy a new enclosure, probly a bandpass one, but I already have a 2 10 sealed enclosure. I cant really go any bigger than that, because I still need my trunk for my bass gear. These will be going in a 2000 Taurus sedan BTW.

  2. You can get an RE SX for a little over 300.

    And with proper power and box tuning, one could set off car alarms.

    Uh, didn't read the rest of that post, you can still get a good pair of 10"s for around that price, you could probably get two RE SE 12's for about that much.
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  4. 2 x 10"s hit harder than 1 x 12". If you already have the box for the 10"s and you want to get SPL over SQ, the decision is easy.

  5. Thats what ive been leaning toward. Anyone have any exp. with this sub by chance? Link