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  1. If you want a more budget sub from skar that likes the lows go for the EVL . The DDX is more spl/music IMO.
  2. Yea it was stiff but remember it doesn’t have a top notch or multi layered suspension. It is decent for the money though. I personally would not tune that low. I’d keep it around 32hz. Unless you plan to have an adjustable port. And yes it did get stinky but they tend to smell immediately from break in from the coil glue regardless of power. It took a while to break in but it consistently got louder.
  3. I speak from personal experience having had a single DDX 12 wired to 1 ohm on an Audiopipe apmi 2k. I built my box slot ported at 2.5ft NET tuned to 36 hz with 37 sq in of port. I don’t have this stupid anymore but If I had to do it over again, I’d go with more port area and tuned lower, at 32hz. It fell off pretty sharply at around 33hz and below. It was killer at around 38to 44 hz though. Granted the transfer function and acoustics of my 05 supercrew f150 probably had a lot to do with the way it played and all. All things considered , the DDX on that apmi 2k was a nice match together. Just wish I had played with it in some more different enclosures to see how differently it would have played. I now have 2 new EVL 12s and a taramps hd3000 setting in my closet ready for the box to be built whenever I get around to doing it. Good luck with your build
  4. Nice score. Sweet build man, those rams have an incredible amount of room for a regular cab!
  5. Thanks joe x , i was thinking the same thing earlier after doing a little math. Will most likely go with the Fi SSD 18s, look to be really high quality and at $300 a very fair price. I would also love something like the Sundown X series but they’re out of my budget. You think with the cone area of 4 18s and clamping 3 to 4K out of the amp I could do hair tricks ?
  6. 54” wide x 45” tall x 33” deep (front to rear) . There will be some small airspace displacements due to floor being not perfectly flat and other areas that have contour and etc. But those are the basic measurements.
  7. Joe X , ok I will go measure in a few mins and post them up thanks. I remember you helped me with a box design about 6 years ago it turned out perfect.
  8. Working towards a new build in my truck, 2005 f159 supercrew (4 door) , torn between a flow through center console from dash all the way to the rear seat and up and over the middle portion for 4 12s ported. However , I was just thinking this morning about 2 15s in a 4th order bandpass. That would mean removing the rear seat obviously and I’m not opposed to doing that. I’m not too concerned with what it would meter, but my goals are for the build to be fun listen to, as much bandwidth as possible, playing down to at least 28 hz with authority, and most of all as windy as possible. I’ve only ever had simple ported enclosures since I’ve been into car audio off and on for 12 years or so or since I was in high school. Any help would be appreciated. I already have the alt and going to purchase lithium battery for the rest of the electrical to support the amp. Taramps MD 8k (not purchased yet). Not decided on sub brand yet but looking into Fi , DC, or Incriminator. Also open to your ther suggestions for sub sizes and quantities of subs with a recommended enclosure type as well. I am open to using all of the space I have too to bottom side to side in the rear by removing the rear seats.
  9. Man this turned out great. You did awesome not only just for a “first” build, but for any build this is great work. Pays off to plan out and take your time doing things. Bass on man
  10. Wow that’s a crazy good deal for $199...is this a Korean board ?
  11. What would be the main difference(s) between the neo and the ferrite version? Is one or the other better suited for a specific enclosure design or music frequency ? Or like sq vs spl ? I’m considering an ssd model for my next purchase, I just purchased the Fi FiDay 15” budget line sub, I’ve not built the box for it or installed yet, it’s going in my wife’s Camry. But for my truck I intend on going a different route for my next install to replace my single skar DDX 12 subwoofer..
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