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  1. ckeeler11

    2 sundown 10s in a crew cab?

    last links are not working.
  2. I honestly think Pro Drivers would be overkill for 2 SA8's. I was in a truck a couple of months ago and he was running 2 on a Skar 2k and was running some regular components. It kept up just fine.
  3. You would probably get a better response posting in the Subwoofer section. Also we need details. How much power, how much room, what kind of music do you play, etc....
  4. Is there a question in here? rules says no versus threads so unless you have a specific question about each sub then not going to get a response.
  5. ckeeler11

    Help deciding on a sub O_o

    That's why everyone should build a 4th order since they are louder
  6. ckeeler11

    Rockford Fosgate T212D4 enclosure or sub issue?

    Yes lower frequencies take more power for the same volume. I would recommend a deep cycle battery and also possibly an alternator. The alternator is what is powering your vehicle when the car is running.
  7. ckeeler11

    Help deciding on a sub O_o

    Hook it up and crank it.
  8. ckeeler11

    Sundown Silverado box

    Does not list alot of specs to determine if the box is any good. Need to know tuning, port area, bracing, etc.
  9. ckeeler11

    15 Options

    Not disagreeing. The SA is a great sub but not anywhere near the best selling of all time. Would definitely be on my list if doing a build with 15's.
  10. ckeeler11

    15 Options

    Maybe for Sundown.
  11. ckeeler11

    Box for Single Cab Dodge Ram

    That port will be way to small if you are running rated to the sub. I do not think you have enough space to proeprly port it.
  12. ckeeler11

    Who wants to design my truck box ? LOL

    Doing 2 different boxes is a bad idea. you will have nasty peak where the sealed and ported alignments meet. The you can end up with nulls where they are not in phase. You are better off doing 1 in ported enclosure or 2 in a sealed.
  13. ckeeler11

    ZV3 15 4th order, need some opinions

    A box with proper port will definitely up that number quite a bit.
  14. ckeeler11

    Are most of us actually under powering our sub's?

    Heat is what kills speaker coils not the amps. Yes heat does kill amps but in this case we are talking speakers since you are not overdriving the amps (clipping). Depending on crossover points its easy to feed way more power to your speakers than the manufacturer rating. trying to play a 6.5" midbass down into 50 Hz with double the rms will most likely kill it but raise that crossover to 80 or so and you will most likely be alright.
  15. ckeeler11

    4th Order

    Hard to get right when designing on the internet with almost no benefit over a ported enclosure unless you have some special needs for one.
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