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Is there anyway to "properly" break in a subwoofer? Should I even break it in? I've heard from some people that you don't need to.

:popcorn: .... this should be an entertaining thread!

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- Kenwood KVT-514 and KNA-G510 Navigation

- 2 DC Level 3 12"

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- Sundown???

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Is there anyway to "properly" break in a subwoofer? Should I even break it in? I've heard from some people that you don't need to.

:popcorn: .... this should be an entertaining thread!

Why? Because it was a stupid question? lol sorry im just puttin together my first system and im still learnin the very basics :P

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Is there anyway to "properly" break in a subwoofer? Should I even break it in? I've heard from some people that you don't need to.

:popcorn: .... this should be an entertaining thread!

Why? Because it was a stupid question? lol sorry im just puttin together my first system and im still learnin the very basics :P

No...not stupid...it's a never ending argument...opinions vary...tempers flare!

1998 SS/T Ram Build Log

- Kenwood KVT-514 and KNA-G510 Navigation

- 2 DC Level 3 12"

- Components???

- Sundown ???

- Sundown???

- Knu Konceptz

- Second Skin Dampy Pro

- XS D6500

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theres alot of people thatll say alot..... ive always done exactly what your sayin.... play it @ normal listening levels that arent loud for a couple weeks..... every once an awhile i turn it up just to get it flexn a lil. but not too much. then once i feel it has loosened up a lil i bump how i want.

but thats just the way i do it.... theres so many other ways of doing it

-jarrid

Edited by 95legwagon

i think there real i was looking through that guys stuff he sells and it looks like he finds stuff at auctions and just sells it

Yea, it looks like someone got the mids about a month ago....shit. If I had a whole Hertz front stage my ears would jizz all over my cheeks.

/ LOL

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Green 1995 Subaru Legacy wagon 147k- $1K

headunit- pioneer premier deh-p650-$25

4 Lead acid batts. 1 up front and 3 in back- vented outside.- $50

4 vvme L11 10"s <- $30 shipped a piece

6 cu. ft box (after displacment) tuned to 32ish hz with 10 inch sonotube. -about $50 all together maybe a lil more

2 aspm 1300 strapped

Selenium 6"s in the front doors on headunit power- for now -$20

quantum tweets in door-for now -$10

boston acoustic 5 1/4 in rear doors- for now-Free

big 3

1/0 and 4awg throughout.

roof sound deadened (not peel n seal ftw)-free

on 80 amp alt (bench tested to put out 100 amps faithfully) <--?-$10 for test

about $430 for everything<----Not bad at all

still gotta add 3 way crossover, amp for front and rear door speakers and maybe eq

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Its a sub, crank it up.

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Any time you have have a power wire next to your frame put some rubber hosing (or cut up an innertube) around it. The wire is bound to wiggle (due to driving or flex) and the casing will eventually wear through.

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