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  1. Not for that power….the C7s are under rated beasts and could easily be rated at 2k-2.5k and still not have issues….xt3s are under rated as well and could easily be rated higher
  2. One of my amps is out for repair so I’m only clamping about 800 watts a sub….best numbers so far is a 158.22 at the headrest in MECA and 160 even sealed on the dash
  3. Finally got some testing done....and she windy!....still 4 clicks down from where I use to burp with he SCV7500s but subs are starting to protest the power on tap
  4. I know its been awhile but how good and reliable was that MB Quart Q4.150 4 ch.amp I bought one used waiting for it to get here,you got anymore amp gut pics?

  5. That’s just a rule of thumb for bandwidth but not necessarily set in stone...once in vehicle EVERYTHING changes....I’ve been a Octave and half apart to less then an octave part...windows up and down will change loading and tuning drastically...for instance I can play with authority 25hz-65hz both windows down but as soon as I roll a window up I can play the same authority all the way down to 15hz with out unloading But lose some of the upper authority...so the whole bandwidth shifts downward 10hz
  6. I’ve been as low as 18hz in the rear to as high as 30hz....front port has been as low as 37hz to as high as 70hz.... what a lot of people don’t know is with a series 6th order when you raise or lower the tuning of either port it effects the other port...I.e when I raise the rear tuning it raises the front tuning slightly and vice verse....same withe lowering tuning
  7. Of course ....I compete so I’m actively looking to gain where I can
  8. Yeah....I’ve learned the bigger I make the front port I lose output between the upper and lower tuning frequencies....I.e my 23hz tuning and 47hz tunings don’t lose output but the valley of frequencies between those to tunings drops as much as 5db depending on size...10in rear port is the largest I’ve went...previously had a 8in and a 6in with 8in being the loudest but 10in sounding the best overall
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